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Peer Perspectives

March 26, 2015 by Verafin

Collaborating under Section 314(b) of the USA PATRIOT Act has been a hot topic these days and with good reason, it’s a simple but effective way to strengthen your financial crime detection. Read about that effectiveness yourself from some industry... 

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Collaboration 101: The Basics of 314(b) Information Sharing

March 26, 2015 by Verafin

We teach our kids to share, we understand the value of teamwork, and we know that usually, the whole is indeed greater than the sum of its parts. These ideas of sharing, collaboration and teamwork prove beneficial for most things... 

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5 Insightful FinCEN Statements about Collaboration through 314(b)

March 18, 2015 by Denise Hutchings

Although the USA PATRIOT Act was legislated more than a decade ago, it is interesting to note that one particular section – 314(b) information sharing – has become the subject of renewed focus. Numerous regulatory and law enforcement agencies including... 

  White Paper

Financial Institutions Face High Expectations to Detect and Report Invisible Victims of Human Trafficking and Smuggling

In this white paper, Chris Swecker discusses two particularly detestable criminal industries, Human Trafficking and Human Smuggling, that produce significant illicit proceeds that inevitably move... 

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ACAMS Webinar: Financial Institutions Can Shed Light on “Invisible” Victims of Human Trafficking and Smuggling

Originally Presented: November 24, 2014

Human trafficking and smuggling are immensely profitable crimes that generate mountains of illicit proceeds. Unlike the victims of most crimes, however, neither the underage victims...