Banking industry representatives are clambering to get on the Treasury Department's short list of outsiders allowed to vet upcoming recommendations on stemming money laundering.

The agency has received more than 70 applications for the few seats available to industry representatives on the advisory group it is putting together to consider changes in its enforcement of the Bank Secrecy Act.

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