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Terrorism financing in Australia 2014

A 2014 report about terrorism financing in Australia, including risks and threats, the channels used to raise and transfer funds, indicators to help identify suspicious activity, and the legal and regulatory framework in place to help deter and detect terrorism financing.

 

Endnotes

  1. 'Structuring' is a money laundering technique which involves the deliberate division of a large amount of cash into a number of smaller deposits or transfers (including international funds transfers) to evade reporting requirements or other scrutiny.
  2. 'High-risk jurisdictions' can be destinations or conduits for terrorism financing funds flows from Australia, jurisdictions subject to sanctions or jurisdictions with links to listed terrorist organisations.

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Last updated: 15 Aug 2019
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