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National banks must comply with statutes and regulations that ensure they operate in a safe and sound manner as well as provide fair access and equal treatment to their customers. Compliance issues include conforming to Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) requirements that protect national security, fight money laundering, and deter criminal activity within the banking system.

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03/02/2015  NR 2015-32, Comptroller of the Currency Addresses Institute of International Bankers
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08/18/2014  NR 2014-111, Deputy Comptroller Discusses Compliance with America's Military Bankers