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Entries in Suspicious Activty Report (4)

Monday
Mar092015

FinCEN fines Trump Taj Mahal $10 million for AML and reporting offenses

The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) fined the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort $10 million Friday for willful and repeated violations of the Bank Secrecy Act.

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Wednesday
Mar042015

FinCEN: Bank linked to ‘cash for kids’ scheme ignored red flags

The First National Community Bank of Dunmore, Pennsylvania (FNCB) admitted that it failed to file suspicious activity reports on transactions linked to the judicial corruption scheme known as "cash for kids" that spanned more than five years.

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Wednesday
Feb262014

FinCEN Advisory: 'Watch for AML, bribery' now that Yanukovych is on the run

Demonstration in Kiev, courtesy of WikipediaThe Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) issued an Advisory to U.S. financial institutions reminding them to take risk-based steps to track the potential movement of assets related to Viktor Yanukovych and his former administration.

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Wednesday
Aug282013

Say what? Las Vegas Sands ‘returns’ $47 million to U.S. 

Zhenli Ye Gon had become by early 2007 ‘the largest all-cash, up-front gambler the Venetian-Palazzo had ever had.’As part of a plea deal this week, the Las Vegas Sands paid $47.4 million to the U.S. Treasury and won't be prosecuted for money laundering. As the DOJ put it, the Las Vegas Sands ‘agreed to return’ the money to the U.S. government.

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