On 10 December, an article from Sayari is concerned with an alleged money laundering scheme carried out by a family network based in Peru which underscores how the Peruvian fishing industry has become a viable channel to clean illicit proceeds from a variety of predicate crimes. It is said that the network — composed of several immediate family members and 2 of their financial fixers — used shell companies based in the BVI, along with real estate and seafood companies in Peru to launder millions derived from drug trafficking and tax evasion, according to Peruvian prosecutors. They also invested the ill-obtained funds in luxury real estate and vehicles in Peru.
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