At Congress, attention focuses on suspicious activity reports
At Congressional hearings on 20 June, lawmakers discussed changing rules that require banks to file suspicious activity reports for transactions over $10,000, while they also criticised the DOJ’s efforts to take on those accused of cheating the system.
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