Bank Secrecy Act European Free Trade Association

The Bank Secrecy Act is a United States federal statute enacted in 1970 to detect and prevent money laundering within financial institutions. The BSA requires financial institutions to keep records and provide... more +
The Bank Secrecy Act is a United States federal statute enacted in 1970 to detect and prevent money laundering within financial institutions. The BSA requires financial institutions to keep records and provide documentation to authorities for single transactions of more than $10,000 and report other suspicious account activity that could signify money laundering or other financial crimes. less -
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FinCEN and FRB Jointly Issue Final Rule Amending the Definitions of “Funds Transfer” and “Transmittal of Funds”

On December 4, 2013, the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (“FinCEN”) and the FRB jointly issued a final rule (the “Final Rule”) amending the definitions of “funds transfer” and “transmittal of funds” under the regulations...more

Social Media: Consumer Compliance Risk Management Guidance

On December 11, 2013, the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) released final guidance (“Guidance”) on the applicability of consumer protection and compliance laws, regulations, and policies to...more

Fed, Treasury Proposed Amendments to Bank Secrecy Act Definitions

On November 29, the Fed and the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, a bureau of the Treasury, proposed amended definitions of “funds transfer” and “transmittal of funds” under the regulations implementing the Bank Secrecy...more

FinCEN, Federal Reserve Seek Comments on Bank Secrecy Act Definitions

On November 29, the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), a bureau of the US Department of the Treasury, and the Federal Reserve Board (Board) issued a notice of proposed rulemaking seeking comments on a proposal to...more

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