US AML officers have a busy December


Habib Bank's New York branch has consented to a written agreement with the Federal Reserve Board and the New York State Banking Department to take steps to rectify its shortcomings regarding the Bank Secrecy Act and anti-money laundering compliance, including policies and practices relating to the provision of correspondent banking services.

The bank has been given a series of tasks to achieve within 60 days to address concerns over its anti-money laundering compliance, suspicious activity

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