Joining forces to identify the funding of terrorist activity


The private sector is working closer than ever with governments and law enforcement in a united bid to target terrorist finance. Banks have put themselves at the disposal of governments and their agencies on both sides of the Atlantic. William Langford, associate director for the Regulatory Policy and Programs Division of the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), part of the US Treasury, says that banks, far from needing any encouragement, are only too keen on coming forward with their

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