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FINCEN
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 21, 2011 12:03 pm    Post subject: Not illegal but... Reply with quote

The Dutch Sandwich, transfer pricing process and or procedures and the increasingly creative revenue sharing agreements between Master Limited Partnerships and other inter-related corporate entities highlights the vast gap between the knowledge and ability to understand complex financial operations between corporate planners, the general public and especially those who hold positions in public office. Remember all of these so called scams are legal in most countries. There are a number of countries that now realize they opened themselves up to be exploited when the big push to create a business friendly global economy environment. They are now pushing back
in a belated effort to close some of the loop holes provided by some of the tax friendly laws that were pushed through with little if any over-sight Is it illegal, no but that isn't to say there aren't abuses taking place. We all no for certain that there are but that is bound to happen when greed and ignorance combine to face off in the corporate and legislative realm.
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beemoe
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 21, 2011 9:10 pm    Post subject: From Beemoe Reply with quote

There`s that real interesting use of "Dutch Sandwiches" in combo with insurance companies and banks with debt swaps, like what you`re talking about in another post. The perps got away with the crime (several hundred million dollars) which is real similar to what your perps are trying to do.

The example is in "The Sink" by Jeffrey Robinson. Yeah I know Robinson has a tendency to being a "complier"(that`s how Lucy Komisar described his books) but he actually wrote a pretty decent book on laundering and The Offshore.

PS: It`s at UCLA / SRLF

You`re right about corporate planners they seem to really know how to take "illegal" stuff and make it legal in some way. Maybe I`ve found my niche?
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