This is an article from the June 2006 issue of DM Review's Extended Edition. Click on this link for more information on DMR Extended Edition or to download this issue in a PDF format.

Global corporations continue to accelerate their compliance and governance initiatives in order to meet the latest regulatory mandates and better protect the reputation of their firms. In addition to the most visible of compliance projects (such as Sarbanes-Oxley and Basel II), international financial organizations - which offer banking, securities and insurance products - continue to struggle in implementing timely crusades against money laundering. For companies based in or doing business in the United States, the Patriot Act adds yet another dimension to existing enterprise anti-money laundering (AML) strategies - requiring additional resources and mechanisms that support competent Patriot Act compliance.

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