White House boosts FinCEN funding


WASHINGTON, DC -- The US administration stepped up its campaign against money laundering and terrorism financing in February by proposing a $7.1 million increase in funding for the Treasury’s Financial Crime Enforcement Network (FinCEN).

Under the proposal, FinCEN, a Treasury body formed in 1990 to act as a link between law enforcement agencies and the financial sector, will receive financial year 2004 funding of $57.6 million, up from requested financial year 2003 funding of $50.5 million.


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