The United States Department of the Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) promulgates and enforces rules designed to prevent and detect money-laundering activities. When thinking of anti-money laundering (AML) requirements, most people automatically think of banks, credit unions, investment firms and other financial institutions whose
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In 2009, the total global revenues from international criminal activities were estimated at U.S. $870 billion per year. Since then, the rise of cybercrime and use of digital technology to circumvent existing laws and eliminate protective barriers has almost certainly caused that number to rise.
As global commerce, terrorism and financial crimes continue to rise in number and scope, it is critical for financial institutions and insurers to have adequate compliance programs in place to prevent inadvertent violations of the law. In addition to being subject to a myriad of