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FinCEN Issues Guidance on the Relationship Between Banks and Money Services Businesses
The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network ("FinCEN") and other federal banking agencies issued a joint statement (the "Statement") on March 30, 2005, regarding the banking industry’s obligations under the Bank Secrecy Act for check cashers, money transmitters, and other money services businesses.
United States
26 May 2005
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The Information Divide: OFAC Issues Rules for Written and Internet Publications Intended for Sanctioned Countries
The United States currently maintains comprehensive sanctions against Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan, and Syria. While the sanctions vary from country to country, a common exemption from export controls exists for certain types of information and informational materials. This exception (the so-called "Berman Amendment") has been vital for the spread of publications in sanctioned countries both in written form and via the Internet.
United States
26 May 2005
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Exporting Without Importing a Headache: An Application of the U.S. Export Regulations to The Financial Services Industry
Just as it is essential for financial services institutions and other business entities to have internal systems in place to meet their employment law and tax obligations, they also must implement comprehensive programs to ensure compliance with United States export, anti-boycott, anti-money laundering, and sanctions laws. These complex international regulatory schemes demand that companies have a thorough understanding of these requirements so that no transaction is conducted contrary to these
United States
9 Feb 2005
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