The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network said Wednesday that it plans to revisit anti-money-laundering rules for nonbanks.

The agency requested comment on a broad range of options for subjecting mortgage brokers and other companies to Bank Secrecy Act requirements, including whether they should file suspicious activity reports as banks do.

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