Blog: FATF

Anti-Money Laundering Compliance for Grantmakers: The Good, The Bad and The Regulatory

A recent announcement by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is giving the charitable sector a new reason to celebrate. For years, governments have cautioned potential donors that the entire charitable sector, made up primarily of Nonprofit Organizations (NPOs), is at a greater risk for being used to commit money laundering and other illegal activities. Such… CONTINUE READING >>


Latest from FATF: Changes to Recommendation 8

Civil society organizations (CSOs) around the world have recently recorded a victory that could be more than a small step toward regaining access to international funding. Moreover, the 25th of June, 2016, when FATF issued a string of revisions related to the implementation of its recommendations, may even mark – as highlighted by Adam Pickering,… CONTINUE READING >>


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Saving Sea Turtles, A Reason to Shell-ebrate

On certain days, before the sun rises on the Gulf Coast of Mexico, the sandy shores of some beaches can seem almost alive with jostling, lurching movement. On these days, hundreds upon hundreds of hatchling sea turtles make their way to the darkness of the ocean, guided by the faint light of the sun on… CONTINUE READING >>

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