Constantine Cannon Attorneys Eric Havian and Michael Ronickher Published in American Banker on Why Anti-Money Laundering Enforcement Needs More Whistleblowers
Several whistleblower-initiated enforcement actions relating to money laundering made headlines in recent weeks, including the German raids of Deutsche Bank and the multiple U.S. indictments of individuals involved with Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca. In light of the whistleblower contributions to these major enforcement actions, Constantine Cannon attorneys Eric Havian and Michael Ronickher published an article in American Banker calling on Congress to enact an anti-money-laundering whistleblower program. Havian and Ronickher argue a new program modeled after the successful SEC whistleblower program and overseen by the Justice Department “would deter wrongdoing even where traditional compliance programs and law enforcement are inadequate to the task.”
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