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BNA International (London) has published "Anti-Money Laundering," a special report written to keep readers current with the latest anti-money laundering measures worldwide. It provides analysis, country profiles and commentary for 14 countries, including Australia, Belgium, Bermuda, Canada, Cayman Islands, Denmark, Hong Kong, Malta, New Zealand, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland, U.K. and the U.S. Content also includes an overview of anti-laundry from an offshore finance center regulator's perspective, extracts from KPMG's Global Anti-Money Laundering survey conducted in 2007, and a review of basic issues. The report costs $295.

Sheshunoff Information (Austin, TX), in cooperation with the National Association of Federal Credit Unions (NAFCU; Arlington, VA), has released "NAFCU's BSA/Anti-Money Laundering: Internal Audit and Risk Management," a loose leaf volume designed to assist credit union professionals and practitioners comply with the Aug. 24, 2007 regulatory release of the "BSA/AML Examination Manual." Content includes information on remote deposit capture, enterprise-wide risk assessments, electronic banking and new BSA issues, smart cards, recent enforcement actions, red flags for money laundering, and customer due diligence. It costs $525.
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