Trends, not tunes, this week
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I usually work a song or movie title into my blog headlines, but the only one that might tie in with this week's is "Auld Lang Syne"-- and we'll all be hearing that one enough over the next few days.
But I think, in the spirit of looking backward and forward at this time of year, it is appropriate to think about what is "out" and what is "in" in our part of the banking community.
The AML 2013 List is a combination of what I have heard from the AML community, my own view of what is "in" or "out"--and wishful thinking. If you want to print it out, click here or on the image below for a printable PDF. (And please do share your thoughts.)
Happy New Year!
Disclaimer: John Byrne's views do not necessarily reflect those of the American Bankers Association.
- About John Byrne, CAMS
- Byrne is Executive Vice-President of the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS). He has written extensively on AML issues for 25 years and has appeared on television and testified before many congressional committees on AML-related policy issues. Prior to joining ACAMS, John was the Global Regulatory Relations Executive at Bank of America. Previous to that, he worked for the American Bankers Association for 22 years and was responsible for ABA's lobbying, regulatory, and educational efforts on money laundering, and other compliance issues. He received the ABA's Distinguished Services Award and was also the first private sector recipient of the “Director's Medal for Exceptional Service” from the Treasury Department's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN). Byrne can be e-mailed at email@example.com.
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