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Wed Sep 9, 2020, 12:01 PM

Anybody follow this WSJ offering?

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https://www.wsj.com/news/risk-compliance-journal


I ask because I noticed this story there surfin' around: https://www.wsj.com/articles/treasury-and-delaware-sign-pact-to-boost-sanctions-enforcement-11599476400

I know it's Joe's home state...and TPTB associated with the WH (referring directly re: Cabinet Sec. Mnuchin) are 50% into sanctions enforcement but also 50% into hiding the sunlight of their own treacheries, past and present, and saying one thing; doing another without sunscreen...so could the Fed still really be digging a certain "white rabbit hole" deeper??? or the State of Delaware really be trying a tightened general atmosphere?

I've also read an old "white paper" (2016-seems the most recent?) from an international financial group of "watchers?, evaluators? of world economies headquartered in Paris, France, that summaries the US efforts as pretty good, but does recommend tightening individual State's regulatory compliance, especially one like Delaware known for favorable business climate, for more timely paper trails.

https://www.fatf-gafi.org/media/fatf/documents/reports/mer4/MER-United-States-2016-Executive-Summary.pdf

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