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Blame the system for FinCen files, not the banks, experts urge

WorldNews Tuesday, 22 September 2020
Blame the system for FinCen files, not the banks, experts urgeThe leaked FinCen files which sent banking stocks tumbling on Monday should be viewed as exposing flaws in the regulatory system, not wrongdoing by banks, several financial crime experts have told CNBC. ......
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