WASHINGTON — The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, an office of the Treasury Department, sent out a call for nominations of financial organizations and trade associations to serve on its Bank Secrecy Act Advisory Group. The BSA regulator announced it was seeking nomination in the Dec. 7 edition of the Federal Register with nominations due to the agency by Jan. 8. The group advises the Treasury Secretary on the operations relating to BSA and is comprised of regulatory and law enforcement agencies, financial institutions, and trade groups subject to the reporting requirements. New members will be selected to serve a three-year term. Applications should include contact information, a description of the financial institution or group, and why its participation would bring value to the advisory panel.


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