Overseas banking impacted by US Patriot Act’s AML provisions


Washington, DC -- US regulators must ensure that implementation of the US Patriot Act’s AML provisions at banks does not hobble remittance and other inter national financial services. So argued Michael Dawson, deputy assistant secretary of the critical infrastructure, protection, and compliance department of the US Treasury, in a speech before the Bankers’ Association for Finance and Trade, a Washington-based banking and foreign trade organisation affiliated with the American Bankers’Association

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