Jules Carter, and Carolyn Meade co-author Law360 article: How FinCEN Shell Co. Rules Differ From Past BSA Standards
Moore & Van Allen (MVA) Litigation Associate Jules Carter and Corporate Member Carolyn Meade co-authored the article titled, “How FinCEN Shell Co. Rules Differ From Past BSA Standards” which was published by Law360 on March 11.
The history of financial crimes enforcement under the Bank Secrecy Act can be fairly divided into three distinct chapters, each representing a political reaction to a social or economic problem characterized by abuse of the financial system.
The law was originally born out of concern that policies intended to protect bank customers' information were being exploited to facilitate organized crime.
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