|ATMIA publishes Best Bractices for Managing Anti Money-Laundering at ATMs|
|Sunday, 30 September 2012 07:13|
ATMIA publishes Best Practices for Managing Anti Money-Laundering at ATMs September, 2012 - Sioux Falls, SD, USA and London, UK- The ATM Industry Association (ATMIA), the only global non-profit association for the ATM industry, has published its long-awaited best practices for managing anti money-laundering.
"Today, money launderers are looking for new targets due in part to the success of many antimoneylaundering strategies throughout international financial systems," explained Mike Lee,CEO of ATMIA.
"This manual will help our members stay ahead of the game by adoptinginternational security anti money-laundering guidelines to further strengthen our systems."The manual describes the phases of money laundering as well as what steps need to be taken tosafeguard ATMs during each phase. It explains how best to detect, deter, and record any moneylaundering activity in the ATM channel.
"I would like to place on record our sincere thanks to Douglas Russell, Susan Matt, VéroniqueDelsalle, Lyle Elias, Pat Cunningham, Keith Wilson and Chris Mathers for their incisive work onthis tough but important topic," Lee added
About ATMIAwww.atmia.comThe ATM Industry Association is a global non-profit trade association with over 3,500 members in 60 countries. Itsmission is to promote ATM convenience, growth and usage worldwide, protect the ATM industry's assets, interests, goodname and public trust; and provide education, best practices, political voice and networking opportunities for memberorganizations. In June 2003, ATMIA established the Global ATM Security Alliance (GASA) (www.globalasa.com) , sincerenamed the ATM Security Forum, with the mission to employ global security resources in a united alliance in order toprotect the ATM industry from criminal activity.
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