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[INFOGRAPHIC] Anti-Money Laundering: Safeguarding the Banking System from Financial Crime

byLowers & Associates | August 10, 2015
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“The fight against money laundering and terrorist financing is a pillar of U.S. national security and a strong financial system.” – Adam J. Suzbin, Department of the Treasury

Money launderers will go to great lengths to use the normal activities of legitimate banks, credit unions, and money service businesses to help them “clean” ill-gotten gains. The Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) sets forth AML rules, to help financial institutions identify and report potential money laundering and terrorist financing activities.

Our latest infographic highlights the typical 3-step money laundering cycle and outlines key components of an effective anti-money laundering program. Use this infographic as a quick reference to educate your employees and stakeholders on the importance of finely-tuned AML controls.

Check it out here:

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