Category: terrorist financing

Alternative Approaches to Pursuing and Disrupting Terrorist Financing

This lecture outline discusses the alternative approaches to disrupting terrorist financing, ranging from the criminal prosecution of terrorists coupled with the confiscation of their assets to the non-conviction-based forfeiture of the assets of terrorist organizations.  It highlights both terrorism-specific statutes such as 18 U.S.C. 981(g) as well as other statutes that have been instrumental in […]

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Current Trends in Anti-­Money Laundering & Counter­‐Financial Terrorism

On July 7, 2017, sponsored a webinar on current trends in Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Financial Terrorism.  The panelists were: Hon. Roy Cullen, P.C., C.A., Senior Public Policy Consultant, Canada Dr. Nicholas Ryder, Professor in Financial Crime, UWE Bristol, UK Stefan D. Cassella, Asset Forfeiture Law, LLC, USA The moderator was Marios Siathas, General Manager, European Institute of Management & Finance (EIMF). This is a link to the TaxLinked website. This is the full transcript of the webinar.

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