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Bank Secrecy Act: Federal Agencies Should Take Action to Further Improve Coordination and Information-Sharing Efforts
Jack E. Edwards (au)
The legislative framework for combating money laundering began with the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) in 1970 and most recently expanded in 2001 with the USA PATRIOT Act. The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) administers BSA and relies on multiple federal and state agencies to ensure financial institution compliance. This report: (1) describes how BSA compliance and enforcement responsibilities are distributed; (2) describes how agencies other than FinCEN are implementing those responsibilities and evaluates their coordination efforts; and (3) evaluates how FinCEN is implementing its BSA responsibilities. Charts and tables.
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