Money Laundering, Terrorism and Financial Institutions - USA Patriot Act Monitor
Published by Civic Research Institute
 Money Laundering, Terrorism and Financial Institutions

Table of Contents and Updates
Part I Terrorism, Money Laundering, and the Coming of the USA PATRIOT Act
1.1 The New Face of the Anti-Money Laundering Effort
1.2 Impact of the USA PATRIOT Act on Financial Institutions
Part II Financial Institutions’ Compliance
2.1 General Requirements for Financial Institutions
2.2 Banks
2.3 Brokers, Dealers, Exchange Activities, Mutual Funds
2.4 Insurance Companies
2.5 Money Services Businesses
2.6 Casinos and Gaming Establishments
2.7 Other Financial Institutions
2.8 Civil and Criminal Tax Penalties
Part III Money Laundering and Currency Reporting Laws
3.1 The Bank Secrecy Act and Currency Reporting Requirements
3.2 The Money Laundering Control Act
3.3 Other Federal Anti-Money Laundering Legislation
Part IV Regulatory Agencies and Supervisory and Enforcement Procedures
4.1 Federal Regulatory Agencies
4.1-21[2] New Section
4.2 State Agencies and State Regulation
Part V International Initiatives and Agencies and Foreign Country Enforcement
5.1 International Trends Towards Transparency
5.2 International Organizations and Agencies
5.3 The Gatekeepers Initiative: Professionals as Anti-Money Laundering Enforcers
5.4 The Canadian Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act and Regulations
5.5 Regulation of Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism in Singapore
5.6 Money Laundering and Terrorism under Swiss Law

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