War on money laundering escalates


LONDON -- Executives at the world’s financial institutions are going to have to step up their anti-money laundering regulation compliance initiatives in 2003 in the face of increasing pressure from global regulators. Regulatory bodies around the world are preparing a number of initiatives for 2003 that promise to continue to ratchet up the global war on money laundering and terrorism financing. Indeed, according to research published in December 2002, by Deloitte and Touche the US professional

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