New suspicious activity reporting rules designed to lighten banks' paperwork burden were published Monday.

Under the new rules, which take effect April 1, banks will be allowed to send suspicious activity reports solely to the Treasury Department's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, rather than seven or eight agencies as previously required.

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