Financial Action Task Force issues key terror guidance


PARIS -- The Financial Action Task Force (FATF), an international association of anti-money laundering government agencies, issued detailed guidance for its members on how to handle terrorist assets at its first plenary session of its fiscal year in early October.

The documents, entitled Freezing of terrorist assets: International best practices, and Interpretative note to Special Recommendation III: Freezing and confiscating terrorist assets, were published as part of the association’s ongoing

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