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The EBRD performs extensive due diligence on the integrity of all prospective clients. Integrity checks undertaken before committing any funds include verification that no client or prospective client is on the United Nations Security Council lists of entities and individuals suspected of supporting terrorist activities. In its approach against terrorist financing, the Bank takes full account of UN Security Council Resolutions and the work of the Counter-Terrorism Committee. Further information about the Counter-Terrorism Committee is available at http://www.un.org/Docs/sc/committees/1373/ and http://www.un.org/Docs/sc/.
The EBRD will not provide financing to entities or individuals that according to these UN Security Council committees are or may be supporting terrorist activities. The EBRD will also not finance any contracts for the supply of goods, works or services awarded to such entities and individuals on its projects. The EBRD attends regularly, with Observer status, the Financial Action Task Force, the international body which oversees the fight against money laundering and financing of terrorists.
Last updated 6 July 2012