New Report on Typologies of Proliferation Financing

13 October 2017
New Report on Typologies of Proliferation Financing

King’s College London has carried out an analysis of key data relating to DPRK, Iran, Syria, Pakistan and India provided by a number of governments and financial institutions, as well as information in the records of judicial proceedings, UN Panel reports and media reports. The report contains 60 case studies. The cases enable relevant parties to identify common elements between networks set up to finance proliferation or to circumvent financial sanctions and to identify ways that networks may mutate in response to sanctions.  Based on the cases the indicators in the FATF 2008 report have been modified and categorized.

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