How important is intelligence exchange in combatting financial crime?

In the cold light of the brutal terrorist attack in Paris on November 13th 2015, developing strategic methods to restrict the funds of terrorist initiatives from groups like ISIL is very much in the spotlight.

Whilst the largely reactive (military) actions proposed by UK Prime Minister David Cameron continue to be debated, emerging research highlights how critical information sharing is to developing a proactive response to counter terrorist financing (commonly referred to as ‘Intelligence

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