WASHINGTON - The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, defending its budget request before Congress last week, promised to reduce regulatory burden on banks.

Fincen, the arm of the Treasury designated to fight money laundering, promoted its good relationship with the banking industry in its plea for an 8.2% budget increase next year.

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