House Banking Committee Chairman Jim Leach introduced legislation Friday that would let banks share information with each other on employees accused of financial crimes.

Under the legislation, which is intended to crack down harder on money launderers, a bank that fired an employee because of alleged crimes would be able to inform another financial institution seeking to hire that person. The bank would be protected from liability provided it had proof to back up the claim.

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