Bank Secrecy Act 2.0

As FinCEN flexes its new found analytical muscle and identifies more linkages between crimes, money laundering and financing of terrorism, there will be increased pressure to further accelerate the break-down of traditional barriers between AML and other detection and investigative components within financial institutions.

The winds of change are rustling at FinCEN as the key policy driver for implementation of the Bank Secrecy Act significantly enhances its analytical capabilities. By

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