As know-your-customer dies, treasury defends existing rules

Barancik, Scott
March 1999
American Banker;3/24/1999, Vol. 164 Issue 56, p2
Trade Publication
Reports on the defense of rules used to fight money laundering by the president Bill Clinton Administration in the light of the rejection of the customer identification plan by bank and thrift agencies in the United States. Approval of rejection by House and Senate Banking committees; Options in lieu of customer identification plan.


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