byLowers & Associates | July 05, 2016

  In simpler times, the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) regulated the Anti-Money Laundering (AML) activities of banks, as the name implies. In our globalized and networked world, it has expanded to cover financial institutions ranging from the biggest banks…

byLowers & Associates | January 21, 2016

  If you run a business that facilitates or conducts money transactions, or transactions in other liquid commodities, you are no doubt aware of FinCEN. Rest assured that FinCEN is aware of you, too. And we predict it’s only…

byLowers & Associates | December 23, 2015

  As 2015 comes to a close, we are pleased to share our most popular articles from the Risk Management Blog in 2015. 1. 4 Red Flags of Money Laundering or Terrorist Financing One of the most important aspects…

byBrad Moody | November 03, 2015

  “Use of third parties reduces management’s direct control of activities and may introduce new or increase existing risks, specifically operational, compliance, reputation, strategic, and credit risks as well as the interrelationship of these risks. Increased risk most often…

byLowers & Associates | October 06, 2015

Last month we had the pleasure of sponsoring and attending the third annual Secure Cash and Transport Association (SCTA) conference in Chicago. One of the sessions at the conference was presented by Alan Cox, of the Financial Crimes Enforcement…