Significant changes in worldwide banking regulatory practices are being brought about by organized crime, money laundering, and the movement away from military intervention.

To force banks to help monitor and confiscate illegal funds, governments worldwide are adopting powerful banking regulations that are creating "synthetic risk" banks must now manage. These rules require financial institutions to track, detect, and report deviant financial transactions or face penalties or fines.

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