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Banking




Vol. 17, No. 2,
Second Quarter 2004

FEATURES

 Deterring Money
 Laundering

 Gramm-Leach-Bliley’s
 Surprising Effects

 Conference Eyes
 Wall Street's Future

 Guynn Discusses
 Growth, Policy

 Fed Guidance
 on Fair Banking

 Check Processing
 Consolidates

 Mortgage Market
 Hits Record

 New Call Report
 Web Site

 Do Markets Reveal
 Their Future Activity?

 New $50 Unveiled

 Davis Joins
 Atlanta Fed Board

 Atlanta Fed Hosts
 ACH Conference

 Atlanta Fed Issues
 2003 Annual Report

 EconSouth
 Redesigned

 New Atlanta Fed
 Subscriber Service

DEPARTMENTS

 Data Bank

 Circular Letters

STAFF

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Money Laundering:
Managing Critical Risk
To protect public trust in the financial system, banks must remain vigilant to detect and deter money-laundering activity. Failing to maintain adequate safeguards can result in fines and other sanctions.
FULL STORY


Gramm-Leach-Bliley’s Surprising Effects
The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act expanded activities permissible to financial holding companies. Five years after the act’s passage, 80 Sixth Federal Reserve District firms are using their expanded powers in a variety of ways.
FULL STORY


Conference Explores New World on Wall Street
Leaders in finance, regulation, and academia gathered at a recent Atlanta Fed conference to examine issues of transparency and conflicts of interest in the financial services industry. How will stricter controls affect Wall Street?
FULL STORY