Terrorism Financing: Origination, Organization, and Prevention
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Published by Government Printing Office .
Written in English


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FormatHardcover
Number of Pages194
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Open LibraryOL10116055M
ISBN 100160712599
ISBN 109780160712593

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Terrorism financing is the provision of funds or providing financial support to individual terrorists or non-state actors. Most countries have implemented measures to counter terrorism financing often as part of their money laundering laws. Some countries and multinational organisations have created a list of organisations that they regard as terrorist organisations, though there is no consistency as to which organisations are designated as being terrorist . United Nations Anti-Terrorist Conventions Referred to in the International Convention for the Suppression of the Financing of Terrorism Annex III-1 IV. The Financial Action Task Force Forty Recommendations on Money Laundering and Interpretative Notes Annex IV-1 V. The Financial Action Task Force Special Recommendations on Terrorist Financing. The Strange Links Between Organized Crime and Terrorism Money laundering and the financing of terrorism may be seen as distinct activities. The laundering of criminal funds aims at giving a legal appearance to dirty money, whereas the laundering of terrorist funds aims at obscuring assets of a legal origin (such as public funding. Terrorist financiers and other criminals use the formal financial system, new payment methods such as bitcoin and Ripple, traditional methods of value transfer such as hawala*, trade based money-laundering, and cash couriers, particularly in countries with non-existent or weak national anti-money laundering/countering the financing of terrorism.

Identifying and stopping illicit financial flows at the border is one of the most powerful ways to cut the financial lifeline of transnational criminal and terrorist organizations. Partnership with other international organizations is an important component of the WCO’s anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing strategy. This entails reviews of domestic legislation to ensure proper criminalization of offences related to the financing of terrorism and legislative drafting, developing the capacity of criminal justice and law enforcement officials to investigate, prosecute and adjudicate terrorist financing through the provision of specialized training on issues related to special investigation techniques, freezing, seizing and confiscating terrorist . Authors: Maria Kaiafa-Gbandi, Nikoletta Karaliota, Eliza Kompatsiari and Christos Lampakis. This study analyses the modern EU counter-terrorism trends, focusing on two parallel axes: (a) the repressive one, where new criminal offences related to terrorist activity (receiving training for terrorism, terrorist financing, travelling and facilitating travelling for the purpose of terrorism) have been instituted, and . FATF's focus on terrorist financing. FATF Standards. The FATF Recommendations, the international anti-money laundering and combating the financing of terrorism and proliferation (AML/CFT) standards, and the FATF Methodology to assess the effectiveness of AML/CFT systems. FATF Recommendations - amended October ; Methodology