Midweek Roundup: Facebook Eyes Offering Remittance Services, Finra Suspends AML Officer for BSA Violations, and More

Bank and credit union regulators issued 165 enforcement actions in the first quarter of 2014, 31 more than in the same period in 2013, the Credit Union Times said Sunday, citing technology firm Continuity Control. Examiners are focusing on safety and soundness and anti-money laundering controls, particularly in relation to recent U.S. Treasury Department guidance on marijuana-related businesses. More Facebook is set to win approval from Ireland's central bank that would allow its users to store and transfer money online, Bloomberg reported Tuesday. The company's implementation plans haven't been finalized. More Irene Stay Shannon, who convicted Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein...