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Fighting terrorist financing : transatlantic cooperation and international institutions / Anne C. Richard.
Richard, Anne C.
Washington, DC : Center for Transatlantic Relations, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, c2005.
xviii, 126 p. : ill., map ; 23 cm.
Money laundering investigation
Sanctions (International law)
Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies. Center for Transatlantic Relations
Financial Action Task Force
Includes recommendations from the Financial Action Task Force.
Includes bibliographical references.
Foreword / Esther Brimmer -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Summary to recommendations -- Chapter 1, Terrorist financing. Nature and importance of the financing problem - Sources of funds -- Chapter 2, Importance of cooperation. Precursors to the current fight against terrorist financing - Networked response - Different approaches to fighting terrorism - Working through organizations -- Chapter 3, Importance of preventive actions. Preventive tools - The growth of databases - Division of labor - International and European regional Organizations -- Chapter 4, Controversial aspects of tracking terrorist financing. Freezing the assets of terrorist organizations - Charities -- Chapter 5, Recommendations. Expand regional coverage - Improve methods used to fight terrorist financing - Obtain greater commitment from member states - Improve capacity of organizations -- Conclusions -- Annex I. Background on international institutions -- Annex II. Key documents in the fight against money laundering, and terrorist financing : conventions, legislation, and standards -- Annex III. The Financial Action Task Force's special recommendations on terrorist financing.
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