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Financial crime is crime committed against property, involving the unlawful conversion of the ownership of property (belonging to one person) to one's own personal use and benefit. Financial crimes may involve fraud (cheque fraud, credit card fraud, mortgage fraud, medical fraud, corporate fraud, securities fraud (including insider trading), bank fraud, insurance fraud, market manipulation, payment (point of sale) fraud, health care fraud); theft; scams or confidence tricks; tax evasion; bribery; sedition; embezzlement; identity theft; money laundering; and forgery and counterfeiting, including the production of counterfeit money and consumer goods.

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  • Financial crime
  • Criminalité financière
  • 経済犯罪
  • 경제범죄
  • Финансовые преступления
  • Ekonomisk brottslighet
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  • 経済犯罪(けいざいはんざい)とは、一般刑法犯以外の犯罪のうち、詐欺、横領、背任、脱税、贈収賄、インサイダー取引、独占禁止法違反など経済的利得を目的として行われる犯罪をいうが、その範囲は必ずしも明らかではない。
  • Ekonomisk brottslighet eller ekobrott är brott av ekonomisk art som vanligen utförs inom ett företag eller annan näringsverksamhet. Tillgreppsbrott som rån och stöld innefattas som regel inte i termen. Den ekonomiska brottsligheten är ofta transnationell till sin natur, och bedrivs ofta som cyberbrott.
  • Финансовые преступления — общественно опасные деяния, посягающие на финансово-экономические отношения, урегулированные нормами финансового (в том числе налогового, валютного) права, по формированию, распределению, перераспределению и использованию фондов денежных средств (финансовых ресурсов государства), органов местного самоуправления, иных хозяйствующих субъектов.
  • Financial crime is crime committed against property, involving the unlawful conversion of the ownership of property (belonging to one person) to one's own personal use and benefit. Financial crimes may involve fraud (cheque fraud, credit card fraud, mortgage fraud, medical fraud, corporate fraud, securities fraud (including insider trading), bank fraud, insurance fraud, market manipulation, payment (point of sale) fraud, health care fraud); theft; scams or confidence tricks; tax evasion; bribery; sedition; embezzlement; identity theft; money laundering; and forgery and counterfeiting, including the production of counterfeit money and consumer goods.
  • La criminalité financière est un domaine particulier de la criminalité regroupant les activités financières illégales, échappant aux lois des différents pays. On parle aussi d'escroquerie et de « criminalité en col blanc ». Elle n'inclut généralement pas l'escroquerie pratiquée envers les particuliers, même si celle-ci est bien souvent à caractère financier, mais plutôt les délits commis à la faveur d'un emploi dans un organisme (association, entreprise, parti, syndicat...), souvent au détriment de celui-ci. Cette criminalité peut se développer à des échelles diverses :
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