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Weekly Roundup: German FIU Targets Far-right Extremism, Russia Bans Dollar and Euro Trades, and More

The director of Germany's financial intelligence unit told ACAMS moneylaundering.com in an interview that his agency is newly targeting the finances of political extremism. More Russia for the first time since the Cold War barred the Moscow Exchange from trading in dollars and euros after U.S. officials targeted the agency with sanctions, Business Insider reported. More The U.S. Treasury Department's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network urged financial institutions to stay vigilant for signs of elder financial exploitation, file suspicious activity reports in response to them and refer victims to a hotline run by the Justice Department. More The Securities and Exchange...

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