Terrorist Financing Risk Assessment Guidance
2 │ TERRORIST FINANCING RISK ASSESSMENT GUIDANCE ARONYMS AML Anti-money laundering CFT Countering the financing of terrorism FSRBs FATF style regional bodies FIU Financial Intelligence Unit FTF Foreign Terrorist Fighter ISIL Islamic State of Iraq and Levant LEA Law Enforcement Agencies MEs Mutual Evaluations
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1. The laundering of criminal proceeds, the financing of terrorism and the financing of the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction (henceforth referred to collectively as “ML and FT”) through the financial and business systems of the world is vital to the success of criminal and terrorist operations.
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