Insight Monitor: November
All the news and analysis from November 2023
We finally broke through the 5,000 subscriber mark! It feels great to have built such a vibrant community with so many people who care about illicit financing, so a huge thank-you to everyone who has been spreading the word. Here’s all the news and analysis from Insight that you might have missed in November. Please share and subscribe to help grow our community.
This month, we continued our analysis into Hamas financing, completing our five-part series. We took a close look at how Hamas hides the source, destination, and use of its funds, and how the group manages its finances. There’s a lot more work to do on this topic!
We also published two terrorist financing news roundups: one for October, and one for November. Now that Dan is writing these roundups, they’ll be much more consistent. Be sure to check them out every month, because they are only free to read for a short time.
We also launched our Primers series. Primers are meant to serve as a reliable source of information on foundational topics in security and intelligence. They’re free to read, and are meant to inform public debate on security and intelligence issues. We published two this month: one on professional money laundering networks, and one on RCMP intelligence.
Finally, we also continued looking at how different terrorist attacks are financed. We went back to 2017 to look at how the Saint Petersburg metro bombing was facilitated:
We hope you find these news roundups useful! If you do, please share them with a friend and help us grow our community!
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