The exodus from the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network continued last week.

Pamela J. Johnson, top policy adviser to the Fincen director, has been hired by the Federal Reserve Board as its senior coordinator in the fight against money laundering. She starts Jan. 5 and will report to Richard A. Small, an assistant director in the Fed's division of banking supervision and regulation.

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