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Combating the financing of terrorism is no longer exclusively the job of national security authorities, the police and the military, but is becoming increasingly important in the processes of banks, insurance companies and industrial and commercial enterprises. And the responsibilities imposed by the legislators will increase with the ongoing presence of terrorism. No internationally operating financial institution or commercial enterprise can afford to ignore the regulations in force in the fight against terrorism – the damage to their reputation if it got out would be unacceptable.