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Agents Seek To Limit Impact

Of New Money Laundering Law


Insurance agents are continuing to work with U.S. Treasury Department officials to assure that agencies will not be unfairly burdened by the anti-money laundering provisions of the USA Patriot Act.

Maria Berthoud, senior vice president of federal affairs for the Alexandria, Va.-based Independent Insurance Agents of America, said that IIAA is developing ideas to present to Treasury officials on the application of the Patriot Act to insurance agencies.

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