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The significance of identifying concomitant RCC and AML is multi-pronged.
A fair question then is whether the current AML system has accomplished much.
For example, sole practitioners and small firms handling may incur significant costs in adopting AML requirements.
He was placed on a chemotherapeutic regimen of daunorubicin and cytosine arabinoside (ARA-C) for remission induction of AML.
In addition to LTO technology, each of the AML libraries is designed with support for nearly 20 additional drive technologies, including 3590, DLT, SuperDLT, Betacam, DTF, and optical storage.
Vidaza (azacitidine) of Celgene and Dacogen (decitabine) of Eisai are also the major promising molecules in AML therapeutics.
As regulatory fines escalate due to failures to maintain adequate AML controls and threats of criminal prosecution against banks and individuals mount, now more than ever there is a need for thoughtful and well-informed AML consultation.
In KPMG's recently published Global Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Survey, 88 per cent of participants affirmed that AML has emerged as a key area of focus for senior management.
The fact that AML procedures are viewed by many in an organisation as being the brake on more business flowing in does not help.
The BSA/AML examination procedures will guide examiners through an evaluation of a banking organization's BSA/ AML compliance program regardless of its size or business lines.