Section 337. Money laundering

The penalty for money laundering shall be applied to any person who
  1. a.
    provides assistance in safeguarding the proceeds of a criminal act for another person by, for example, collecting, storing, concealing, transporting, sending, transferring, converting, disposing of, pawning or investing them, or
  2. b.
    by converting or transferring assets or by other means conceals or obscures where the proceeds of a criminal act he/she has personally committed are located or originate from, who controls them, their movements or rights associated with them.
Objects, claims or services also represent proceeds.
Money laundering is punishable even if no one is liable to punishment for the act from which the proceeds originate due to unaccountability, see section 20.
The penalty for money laundering is a fine or imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years.