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Self-Reporting Suspicious Money Laundering Activity

May 1, 2013

Corporate Counsel

With greater anti-money laundering oversight clearly on the horizon, legal and compliance staff at broker-dealers may wish to begin reviewing their AML policies, paying special attention to the most sensitive of these rules – self-reporting.

In his latest column for Corporate Counsel magazine, Sutherland Partner John H. Walsh analyzes self-reporting obligations under current AML guidelines and uses recent cases to illustrate where procedural failures might occur.

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