FinCEN releases plan to 2008


WASHINGTON, DC -- The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, the US's anti-money laundering (AML) and terrorist financing intelligence and law enforcement body, released a draft of its strategic plan through to 2008 in mid-August.

Further requirements

The plan calls for the expansion of suspicious activity report requirements to insurance companies, dealers in precious metals and jewels, commodity trading advisors, unregistered investment companies, and investment advisors by 2005. The agency is

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