Section 338. Aggravated money laundering

Aggravated money laundering is punishable by imprisonment for a term not exceeding six years. In determining whether the money laundering is aggravated, particular weight shall be given to the sort of act the proceeds originate from, whether the proceeds the money launderer has dealt with are of considerable value, and whether the offender has laundered money on a regular basis. In the case of proceeds originating from a narcotic drugs offence, weight shall also be given to the nature and quantity of the substance with which the proceeds are connected.
If the proceeds originate from aggravated robbery, aggravated human trafficking or an especially aggravated narcotic drugs offence, the penalty is imprisonment for a term not exceeding 15 years.