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Individually, banking institutions, law enforcement agencies and regulatory boards understand the risks of money-laundering crimes.
But collectively, in active collaboration, they could do much more to prevent, detect and investigate these crimes, says AML expert Kevin Sullivan.
In an exclusive interview in...
The fraud fight is getting nastier by the minute, say experts familiar with the new schemes - and some old ones with new wrinkles -- being perpetrated by criminals against financial institutions and their customers. Here are 13 of the most prevalent ruses.
On Thursday, the Office of Thrift Supervision (OTS) closed troubled Florida lender BankUnited F.S.B., and a new chartered federal savings bank acquired the failed bank's operations. The new bank, BankUnited, FSB, has reopened today. It is the largest bank to fail thus far in 2009.
For thousands of years, people have attempted to hide sensitive information from competitors or enemies.
Since January, critics of the Heartland Payment Systems data breach have called out for tougher encryption standards for financial institutions and their third-party service providers. Applications for...
OK, so today's the day.
After two months of anxious anticipation, today is May 19, the deadline Visa set for financial institutions to file fraud claims related to the Heartland Payment Systems (HPY) data breach.
The Heartland Payment Systems (HPY) data breach has already cost the card processor millions in fines from Visa and MasterCard.
This news was revealed by CEO Bob Carr in Heartland's recent earnings call, wherein Carr said the much-publicized breach has already cost the company $12.5 million.
The federal judge who heard the collective civil claims filed against the Hannaford Bros. supermarket chain issued his opinion on the 21 claims on Tuesday in Portland, ME. All but one of the 21 civil claims filed against the supermarket giant for alleged failure to protect consumers during the company's network breach...
Once again, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has delayed the enforcement date for the Identity Theft Red Flags Rule - this time an addition three months, to August 1, 2009 - a move that impacts state-charted credit unions regulated by the FTC.
A Bremerton, WA-based institution, Westsound Bank, was closed on Friday by the Washington Department of Financial Institutions. It is the 33rd FDIC-insured bank to fail in 2009. The FDIC arranged for the failed bank's deposits to be sold to Kitsap Bank Port Orchard, WA.