Welcome to this special podcast series, Integrity Matters: Exploring the NDAA, sponsored by K2 Integrity. This week I visit with Chip Poncy, Global Co-Head Financial Crimes Risk Management practice and member of K2 Integrity’s Board, and Gail Fuller, Managing Director at K2 Integrity. Over the week we have broken down the changes to the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) and changes in enforcement authority to Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) which are found in the recently passed National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). Topics discussed included breaking down the big picture, company formation reform, new opportunities under this new law, coming change to corporate governance under the NDAA and the long view of the new law. In this concluding Part 5, I am joined by again Gail Fuller to look at the long view under the new law.
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