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Regarding Regulation: Critiquing Your AML Compliance Program

April 1, 2013

Corporate Counsel

As key regulators like FinCEN, the SEC and FINRA actively promote enhanced anti-money laundering (AML) initiatives, in-house compliance officers must evaluate their own compliance procedures against the regulators’ evolving AML standards.

In his monthly column for Corporate Counsel magazine, Sutherland Partner John H. Walsh urges in-house counsel and compliance staff to avoid treating AML as a separate area that poses unique risks and instead integrate those procedures into the company’s overall compliance system.
 

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