Date of Award
Master of Business Administration
Terrorist and Criminal Activities pose a major threat to the international
financial system and society. To fund these criminal organizations, they typically acquire their funds from terrible crimes and corruption. These organizations then introduce their funds into the international financial system to continue to fund their organizations. In this research I examine the trends in which terrorist organizations use to exploit the international financial system, and what Governments and financial institutions are doing to stop these organizations from manipulating the system. I will compare the number of crimes committed and see how effective the laws and security
have been and construct further ideas to better safeguard the international financial system and society. I strongly believe ending crimes such as drug and human trafficking will mark a major blow to these criminal organizations and in turn cause less attacks to the international financial system.
Engel, John Conor, "THE THREAT OF TERRORIST ACTIVITIES TO THE INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL SYSTEM" (2020). Theses and Dissertations. 145.