Stanley E. Morris, director of the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, announced Friday he is retiring.

Though Mr. Morris did not set a date, he is expected to leave the Treasury Department unit that guards against money laundering sometime next year. A spokeswoman said Mr. Morris, 55, decided to take advantage of early retirement after serving in the government for nearly three decades.

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