Treasury increases FinCEN budget

Anti-money laundering

In a statement released in mid-January, the Treasury says FinCEN, a bureau of the US Treasury, played a key role in the administration’s broad effort to stop financial crime and the flow of money to terrorist organisations. “FinCEN is on the frontlines everyday, tracking down those who attempt to use the US and the global financial system to plot, fund and perpetrate acts of terrorism around the world,” says Treasury Secretary John Snow.

The administration’s budget request for fiscal 2005 “will

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