/Anti-Money Laundering: How to Set Up a Strong Compliance Program

Anti-Money Laundering: How to Set Up a Strong Compliance Program

Financial institutions face a growing number of threats from criminals that seek to misuse the U.S. financial system. Cybercriminals are hacking into bank accounts, terrorists try to use the financial system to fund future attacks, and there are numerous money laundering issues.

As the use of financial technology increases, including mobile apps, people have the ability to send and receive money and data quickly online and support new types of currency.

As the first line of defense, you play an important role in protecting your institution by implementing an effective BSA/AML compliance program.

Read this eBook to learn how to build a strong compliance program to protect your company and your customers.

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