Preventing Charitable Funds From Financing Terrorism

Guidelines issued by the U.S. Treasury Department provide voluntary best practices for U.S.-based charities to reduce the possibility that charitable funds will finance terrorist activities. HIGHLIGHTS OF U.S. TREASURY NEWS RELEASE (NOV. 7 2002): After detailing best procedures for governance, disclosure of governance and financing, financial practices and accountability, the Treasury suggests that

Guidelines issued by the U.S. Treasury Department provide “voluntary best practices for U.S.-based charities” to reduce the possibility that charitable funds will finance terrorist activities.

HIGHLIGHTS OF U.S. TREASURY NEWS RELEASE (NOV. 7 2002):

  • After detailing best procedures for governance, disclosure of governance and financing, financial practices and accountability, the Treasury suggests that the following steps be taken before charitable funds are distribut

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