Loose leaf updating
MONEY LAUNDERING, TERRORISM & FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS Online edition of loose-leaf service.
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Compliance Checklist for Suspicious Activities The editors regularly update Red Flags for Suspicious Activities at Financial Institutions when new studies and documents uncover activities that should be regarded as suspicious by personnel at financial institutions.
Recently, a study of mortgage loan fraud added new red flags to the checklist.
If a book is a loose leaf, this means that it does not have a traditional binding like a hardcover or a paperback: basically, a loose leaf edition is just a stack of pages which may be three-hole-punched so that they could be held together by a binder.
Loose leaf editions have their advantages and disadvantages comparing to other editions, and you might want to consider them before purchasing such a book:1.