A Call to Broaden Fincen Role in Anti-Laundering

Heller, Michele
September 2004
American Banker;9/23/2004, Vol. 169 Issue 184, p1
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Focuses on the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network. Views of Rep. Sue Kelly (R-N.Y.) on giving Fincen more control over bank compliance with anti-laundering rules and audit officers under the authority of Fincen parent, the U.S. Treasury Department; Proposal at the House Financial Services hearing that aims to deter financial contributions to terrorism; Outlook for the terrorism response bill; Views of legislators, including Michael G. Oxley of Ohio and Luis Gutierrez of Illinois.


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