US set to loosen controls on sharing SAR data


WASHINGTON, DC - As always during a global downturn, incidences of financial fraud are on the increase. Although US financial services firms have been required to submit Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) to a national financial intelligence unit for some time, they have not been allowed to share SARs with entities and affiliates within their corporate structure due to restrictions in the US Bank Secrecy Act. This has caused the compartmentalisation of information at the corporate entity level

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