The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is an international organization that aims to develop and promote policies, on a national and international level, designed to combat money laundering and the financing of terrorism. Since its establishment, the organization has been leading the effort in the adoption and implementation of measures to prevent criminals from abusing the financial system.

Below are links to important documents issued by the organization, including its recommendations in the fields of money laundering and terror financing, typologies, and guidelines. The organization's documents are based, inter alia, on incidents that occurred in various countries and are written by experts from around the world.
The FATF Recommendations 2012
Money laundering and terrorist financing through trade in diamonds - October 2013