FIU-the Netherlands visits FinCEN
Last week, FIU-the Netherlands visited the Financial Crime Enforcement Network (FinCEN). Our American counterpart, FinCEN is both the US FIU and the AML/CFT supervisor in one. The working visit was all about sharing knowledge and expertise and strengthening cooperation.
During this visit we discussed a great deal of topics with FinCEN itself, and some of FINCENs many partners in the fight against money laundering, predicate offences, and terrorism financing.
We believe this working visit has further strengthened ties between the U.S. and the Netherlands, and this good cooperation is crucial to effectively combat money laundering and terrorist financing. We can’t wait to bring into practice the new insights we’ve gained.
Thank you all for an extremely valuable four days!
@FinCEN @ Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) @Internal Revenue Service OFAC, TTFC, @ U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Office of Intelligence and Analysis, Private Sector Engagement @U.S. Department of the Treasury @ Bureau of Industry and Security-U.S. Department of Commerce @U.S. Department of Justice @The Washington Institute For Near East Policy @The World Bank
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