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Stakeholder dialogue on de-risking : supporting financial access for humanitarian organizations and charities (English)

It is vital that humanitarian organizations and charities (hereafter: NPOs) maintain timely access to financial services in order to provide much needed humanitarian services, particularly in crisis situations. Often, NPOs are at the forefront of conflict situations, in geographical locations that are considered by financial institutions to pose elevated levels of money laundering or terrorist financing (ML/TF) risks. Factors such as weakened state institutions, diminished rule of law, lack of financial transparency, and the threat of criminal and terrorist groups and activities contribute to such a risk assessment.

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Stakeholder dialogue on de-risking : supporting financial access for humanitarian organizations and charities (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/538271487141265874/Stakeholder-dialogue-on-de-risking-supporting-financial-access-for-humanitarian-organizations-and-charities