Using the Balanced Scorecard method for assessment, this book explores the effectiveness of a government’s financial intelligence units in combating terrorist financing. It explores the large-scale misuse of funds to commit financial crimes, describes how easy it is for criminals, and reviews the inter-jurisdictional problems involved. Contributions from politicians, government policy analysts, auditors, regulators, police officers, lawyers, bankers, and academics provide various perspectives. Case studies demonstrate innovative solutions and crime fighting strategies. Although focused on the U.S., Canada, Australia, The European Union, the UK, Spain, and Holland, the strategies apply to all countries.