Corporate Outreach: Briefing with Daniel Glaser

Deputy Assistant Secretary for Terrorist Financing and Financial Crimes
  • Thursday, Oct 14, 2010
  • Daniel Glaser met with corporate leaders and area opinionmakers to discuss the U.S. Department of Treasury's sanctions "dynamic" with special attention paid to the new sanctions on North Korea and Iran.

    Daniel Glaser is the Treasury Department’s Deputy Assistant Secretary for Terrorist Financing and Financial Crimes. In this role he functions as the primary Treasury official for the development and coordination of international anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing policy. He is a key official in developing and implementing strategies to disrupt and dismantle money laundering and terrorist financing networks worldwide, and has led the Treasury effort to identify and secure the U.S. financial system from foreign money laundering and terrorist financing threats.

    Mr. Glaser also plays a leading role in the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing internationally. He serves as the head of the U.S. delegation to the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) – the premier international body in the fight against money laundering. In that role, he is Co-Chairman of the FATF Working Group on Terrorist Financing, and has previously served as Chairman of the Americas Review Group within the FATF Non-Cooperative Countries and Territories Process. Mr. Glaser has also addressed terrorist financing issues with an array of other international bodies, including the G-7, the International Monetary Fund, and World Bank, and has served as the lead Treasury negotiator of the money laundering provisions in the U.N. Transnational Organized Crime Convention.

     

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