ARLINGTON, Va. -- For many advisors, anti-money laundering programs aren't among their foremost compliance concerns.
But that could soon change, as the SEC and the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, or FinCEN, have been working to develop a proposal that would require advisors to establish formal AML programs, just as brokers and banks must have in place today.
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