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FINCEN Issues New Due Diligence Requirements For Anti-Money Laundering Programs
The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network ("FinCEN") recently has shown an increased assertiveness in its enforcement of anti-money laundering regulations. Both a major bank (ABN AMRO) and securities dealer (Oppenheimer & Company) were assessed penalties in the millions of dollars by FinCEN at the end of last year because of their failure to identify suspicious activities and other systematic defects with their anti-money laundering operations.
United States
4 Apr 2006
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When a Disclosure may not be Voluntary: Liability for Trade Violations and Sarbanes-Oxley
Companies with international trade operations are required to navigate a complex web of laws and regulations, governed by a multitude of government agencies. Corporate officers must make difficult decisions regarding when to disclose export and other trade violations to the government in hopes of avoiding or reducing what could otherwise be severe liability.
United States
 
1 Aug 2005
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