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Financial Crimes Enforcement Network

A network of agencies under the direction of the U.S. Department of the Treasury that monitors transactions and helps enforce financial laws, especially those against money laundering. FinCEN examines required filings by companies, and tracks and investigates irregularities. FinCEN operates both inside and outside the United States, and relies upon information from law enforcement, financial institutions, and regulators.
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