Money Laundering is a complex type of fraud, which involves a conglomerate of participants, resources, and circumstances. It’s a criminal activity classified as a white-collar offense with a rich history and global cases. It is wrapped around illegal financial transactions with the objective to hide the criminal nature of the income. Sometimes this term is applied to other aspects of financial crimes, like violation of the securities, digital currencies, credit cards, traditional currency, terrorism financing and evasion of international sanctions. The penalties for these felonies vary according to the level of severity.