PMLL

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Over the 4-year-span from 2007 to 2010, 9 379 cases were admitted to the PMLL for investigation.
The 957 suicide victims (of a total of 9 379 bodies admitted to the PMLL over the study period) constitute 10.2% of the total number of admissions--differing only marginally from the 9.7% reported by Scribante et al.
Owing to the retrospective nature of the study, the completeness of the documentation at the PMLL was a limitation.
The most common external cause of accidents in children in all the abovementioned studies [1,7-9,11] was road traffic fatalities, which was also found in the study conducted at the PMLL. In our study, there were nearly equal numbers of passengers (n=126) and children as pedestrians (n=121) involved in accidents.
Clarifications to the PMLL were approved in Orders 5761-2001 and 5762-2002 requiring that, in addition to banks, suspicious transactions be reported by members of the stock exchange, portfolio managers, insurers or insurance agents, provident funds and companies managing a provident fund, providers of currency services, money services businesses and the Postal Bank.
On September 24, 2009, an additional draft Bill for PMLL (Amendment No.
While AML oversight of Israel's precious stones sector is still lacking, particularly in the sizable diamond sector, with US$6.24 billion (Euro 4.2 billion) of polished diamonds exported in 2008, an amendment to the PMLL has been proposed that will extend the AML regime to cover the sector.
[8] In our study, these deaths accounted for approximately 1% of the total caseload at the PMLL.
Typically, the male/female ratio of cases admitted to the PMLL is 3:1.
A retrospective descriptive study was undertaken by reviewing all case files of deceased individuals on whom postmortem examinations had been conducted at the PMLL from 1 January 2003 to 31 December 2012, in the course of which biological specimens (blood, urine, vitreous humour, stomach contents, bile, liver or kidney tissue) had been collected and submitted for analysis in respect of illicit/recreational drugs and alcohol.
[29] These results also do not reflect the population profile of decedents admitted to the PMLL, where approximately 76% of all admissions are black.
The PMLL also provided for the establishment of the Israeli Money Laundering Prohibition Authority (IMPA), as the country's financial intelligence unit (FIU).