The fragmentation of the terrorist threat, the use of illicit finance to undermine democracy, and the risks posed by new payment technologies and social media are all critical threats to European security. Counterterrorism financing efforts are at the heart of tackling these emerging challenges at the nexus of finance and security.
How has the EU’s response to terrorist financing evolved since the wave of measures following the 2015 Paris attacks?
What role will counterterrorism financing play in the EU’s renewed focus on financial crime and the development of its anti-money laundering (AML) package?
How have national security and law enforcement authorities adapted to the increasingly important role of counterterrorism financing?
To learn more, join the debate on 15 November at the #RAFT22 conference – Reassessing the Financing of Terrorism in 2022.
Organised by the RUSI Europe-led Project CRAAFT consortium, the conference will bring together leading voices in tech, finance, and security, alongside high-profile representatives of the EU’s counter-terrorism effort. Join the speakers in discussing the past and present of counterterrorism financing in Europe, and in charting the way forward.
Register now for #RAFT22 and attend in person or online by clicking below. Please see the agenda of the conference here.