The U.S. Financial Crimes Enforcement Network has announced an agreement with the Mexican National Banking and Securities Commission to "share supervisory information" to fight terrorist financing and money laundering. "Our countries share more than a border," FinCEN Director Jennifer Shasky Calvery said. "We also share many of the same strategic concerns. And we are aligned in our efforts to stem illicit money flows between our two nations, as well as combat the ongoing threats posed by transnational organized crime." Read Shasky Calvery's statement.

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