1. Usually these crimes are committed for financial gain. Such crimes are quite complex, many people participate in them. These crimes are related to securities fraud, money laundering, tax evasion and bribery.
2. Indeed, such crimes can be committed by officials, as well as businessmen, such people are called white collars.
4. Securities and Exchange Commission, the National Association of Securities Dealers, together with the FBI, investigate and control the activities of white-collar workers. According to official statistics of the state statistics, over the past year, the bodies controlling activities carried out about 5,000 arrests per 100,000 people. These bodies have been successfully operating for many years and are investigating serious cases in which many individuals and large sums of money are involved. In 2009, a major crime was committed by Robert Allen Stanford. Bodies in charge of control observed fraud with mail and securities, as well as money laundering. In the total amount of losses amounted to $ 5.9 billion. And this is not the only case when the investigation was carried out successfully and all those involved in the crime were punished according to the law.