Because it was notably absent from news coverage, many people might not have heard that the Securities and Exchange Commission took its first enforcement action last month under the USA Patriot Act. More than four years after passage of the Patriot Act and its anti-money laundering provisions, and after dozens of audits, the SEC made its first ruling — against the Los Angeles-based broker dealer Crowell, Weedon and Co.
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