FinCEN Seeks Nominees for 11 Seats on Bank Secrecy Act Advisory Group

By Matt Squire

The U.S. Treasury Department's Financial Crime Enforcement Network (FinCEN) is looking for financial institutions and trade groups to fill vacancies on a panel that gives feedback on transaction reporting rules. FinCEN is accepting nominations for 11 seats on the Bank Secrecy Act Advisory Group that become vacant early next year, the agency said in a noticed published Dec. 7 in the Federal Register. Nominations can be submitted through Jan. 8. The advisory group maintains about 50 standing members that also represent regulatory and law enforcement agencies, FinCEN spokeswoman Candice Pratsch said in a Dec. 7 interview. The advisory group was...