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Curbing Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing

Finance / September 12, 2017 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. ET

BPC hosted a discussion on money laundering and terrorist financing. Remarks by Chairman Ed Royce and Greg Baer, and a panel discussion.

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Artificial Intelligence and Anti-Money Laundering

Kristofer Readling / Blog July 26, 2016

To turn the suspicious activity database into something useful, we need to leverage new technologies that combine the speed of computers with the insight of humans.

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Why Blockchain Could Bolster Anti-Money Laundering Efforts

Kristofer Readling, Justin Schardin / Blog June 2, 2016

Blockchain could revolutionize the financial industry in coming years. But as with all technology, there may be unintended consequences from its implementation.

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Why Do 1970s Prices Dictate Anti-Money Laundering Rules?

Aaron Klein, Kristofer Readling / Blog March 17, 2016

The reporting limit of an anti-money laundering provision from the 1970s should be revised to account for years of inflation and economic growth.

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Acceleration in Suspicious Activity Reporting Warrants Another Look

Aaron Klein, Kristofer Readling / Blog September 15, 2015

The data shows a 55 percent increase in the number of Suspicious Activity Reports filings after the Patriot Act was passed from the pre-2001 trend.

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Casting a Wide Net: The Expanding Reach of Anti-Money Laundering Laws

Kristofer Readling / Blog September 11, 2015

The history of the Bank Secrecy Act demonstrates a pattern of lawmakers expanding its scope and liability to an ever wider class of institutions and activities.

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