Fed's Olson on compliance

In the speech 'What Are Examiners Looking for When They Examine Banks for Compliance?' given on 12 June Mark Olson of the Federal Reserve said US bank regulators are revising anti-money laundering guidelines for banks and aim to issue an updated manual this summer.

The revised manual will include updates on changes to rules over the past year and new ways for banks to assess risks associated with money laundering, Olson said in the speech to a conference on bank regulatory compliance in Orlando

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