An international anti-laundering task force has recommended mandatory reporting of suspicious transactions by all financial institutions, including nonbanks such as brokerage firms and securities dealers.

The task force, a 26-nation organization created by the Group of Seven to counter international money laundering, issued 40 recommendations in all, aimed at revising standards to adjust to global money laundering trends as well technological innovations in the financial services industry.

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