United Nations Documents related to the financing of terrorism.

Date Document name
3 June 2020 S/2020/493 – Joint report of the Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate and the Analytical Support and Sanctions Monitoring Team pursuant to resolutions 1526 (2004) and 2253 (2015) concerning Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) (Da’esh), Al-Qaida and the Taliban and associated individuals and entities on actions taken by Member States to disrupt terrorist financing, prepared pursuant to paragraph 37 of Security Council resolution 2462 (2019)
28 March 2019 Resolution 2462 (2019) Adopted by the Security Council at its 8496th meeting, on 28 March 2019
  UNSCR 2133 (2014) on kidnapping and hostage-taking by terrorists and UNSCR 2178 (2014) on suppressing the flow of Foreign Terrorist Fighters (FTFs) financing and other support to terrorist groups in Iraq and Syria
  UNSCR 2195 (2014) on preventing terrorists from benefiting from transnational organized crime
  UNCSR 2199 (2015) aiming to prevent terrorist groups in Iraq and Syria from benefiting from trade in oil, antiquities and hostages, and from receiving donations
  In UNSCR 2253 (2015), the Security Council expanded and strengthened its Al-Qaida sanctions framework to include a focus on ISIL, and outlined efforts to dismantle its funding and support channels
  The evolution of the threat posed by ISIL is additionnaly reflected in UNSCR 2331(2016) which aims to disrupt terrorist funding derived from acts of sexual and gender-based violence, including when associated to trafficking in persons
  UNSCR 2347 (2017) on preventing and countering the illicit trade and trafficking in cultural property originating from a context of armed conflict, notably from terrorist groups, including by prohibiting cross-border trade in such illicit items