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Terror's financial front line

By: Power, Ben.
Series: Charter.Publisher: Sydney Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia 2013Edition: Vol 84(8) September 2013 p24-26.ISSN: 1446-4543.Subject(s): Finance and investment | Fraud | Money laundering | Chartered accountants | ReportingSummary: The Australian Federal Police want Chartered Accountants to be more aware of potential terrorist financing activities, which have similarities with traditional financial crimes such as money laundering. This article discusses the characteristics of terrorist financing, why accountants are important in assisting terrorist investigations, and legislation which will see accountants subject to the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act.
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The Australian Federal Police want Chartered Accountants to be more aware of potential terrorist financing activities, which have similarities with traditional financial crimes such as money laundering. This article discusses the characteristics of terrorist financing, why accountants are important in assisting terrorist investigations, and legislation which will see accountants subject to the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act.

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