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Terrorist Diversion

A Guide to Prevention and Detection for NGOs

Oliver May, Paul Curwell

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Many of the world's 40,000 International NGOs (INGOs) work in places where terrorist financing, sanctions breaches, and diversion are key risks. Almost all of the top ten recipient countries of humanitarian aid alone in 2015 were high-risk jurisdictions, for example, receiving more than £7bn between them. When they feel safe to speak, sector workers share sobering stories about what might have happened to some of this money.

As INGOs struggle to keep up with worsening humanitarian needs, diversion risks and their complexity remain daunting. The demands of internal stakeholders, donors, banks, and regulators are diverse and even contradictory. Public scrutiny has magnified, but is not always well-informed. Institutional donors transfer ever more risk to implementing partners, while some banks seek to avoid this business altogether, pushing some NGOs outside the global banking system. Looming over all of these converging pressures is a latticework of austere international sanctions and counter-terror regimes.

It is no surprise that INGOs find themselves struggling to reconcile this complex set of expectations with their charitable missions. Yet the consequences of failing to do so can be severe; future funding is contingent on reputation, and serious offences litter the regulatory landscape. The implications of breaches can be existential for organisations and criminal for individuals.

Terrorist Diversion: A Guide to Prevention and Detection for NGOs is an accessible, pragmatic guide for international NGOs of all shapes and sizes. Clearly explaining the nature of the challenge, and setting out a programme to meet it, it explores how it is possible for INGOs to manage these risks more effectively through their missions - not in spite of them.

Oliver May is a Director at Deloitte Australia. Formerly the head of counter-fraud for Oxfam GB and an investigator with Britain's Serious Organised Crime Agency, he has helped aid organisations worldwide to manage the risks of fraud, corruption, terrorist financing, and money laundering.

Paul Curwell is also a Director at Deloitte Australia. He was formerly the global lead for intelligence and due diligence investigations at Australia's largest bank, and has almost 20 years' experience in risk management, specialising in financial crime, security, and due diligence.

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Seitenzahl 224 (Printausgabe)
Erscheinungsdatum 03.09.2020
Sprache Englisch
EAN 9780429807510
Verlag Taylor & Francis Ltd.
Dateigröße 2132 KB

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