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In August 2015, the Department of the Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) proposed regulations that would require investment advisers subject to SEC registration to establish anti-money laundering (AML) programs.1 The proposal also adds such investment advisers to the definition of “financial institutions” under the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA), which consequently requires them to report suspicious activity to FinCEN and subjects them to reporting and recordkeeping requirements under the BSA. Background FinCEN has been contemplating…
Investment advisers subject to SEC registration would be affected by proposed regulations from the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network.  The regulations, proposed in August 2015, would require such investment advisers to create anti-money laundering programs as well as to undertake reporting and recordkeeping responsibilities under the Bank Secrecy Act, including filing suspicious activity reports. For more information on this topic, please click here.…