US Senate Investigators Target Money Laundering In Securities Industry After Correspondent Banking Report


WASHINGTON -- US Senate investigators are now looking at the extent to which the money-laundering activities of criminals and corrupt politicians affect the US securities industry.

The General Accounting Office, the investigating arm of the US Congress, is initiating an inquiry into the problem at the request of Senate investigators who have now completed two reports on the way money launderers exploit the US banking system.

In February, the minority Democratic staff of the Senate's investigations

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