Editorial: The Financing of Terrorism - Criminal and Regulatory Reform; Mark Pieth
Globalization, Terrorist Finance, and Global Conflict - Time for a White List? Jonathan M. Witier
How Can Sound Customer Due Diligence Rules Help Prevent the Misuse of Financial Institutions in the Financing of Terrorism? Charles Freeland
Financing of Terrorism A Predicate Offence to Money Laundering? Armand Kersten
Obstacles in Company Law to Anti-Money Laundering International Co-Operation in European Union Member States Ernesto U. Savona
Terrorist Finance, Money Laundering and the Rise and Rise of Mutual Evaluation: A New Paradigm for Crime Control? Michael Levi and William Gilmore
Financing of Terrorism: Following the Money Mark Pieth
FATF Cracks Down on Terrorist Financing.
FATF Special Recommendations on Terrorist Financing.
Financial Action Task Force Guidance for Financial Institutions in Detecting Terrorism.
International Convention for the Suppression of the Financing of Terrorism.
Council Common Position of 27 December 2001 on the Application of Specific Measures to Combat Terrorism.
Customer Due Diligence for Banks.
Wolfsberg Group Pledges Anti-Terrorism Support.
The Suppression of the Financing of Terrorism - Wolfsberg Statement.
In declaring the war against terrorism President George W. Bush also declared war on the financing of terrorism. In this book, bankers, regulators and academics pose a variety of questions from their individual perspectives: What can financial institutions realistically contribute to the suppression of terrorist financing? Can individual rights be protected in these circumstances? These questions are analyzed by experts who come up with some thought-provoking answers.