What Is NY DFS Rule 504?
All DFS Bank and Nonbank licensed, regulated institutions pursuant to the Banking Law who conduct banking operations in New York must maintain programs to monitor and filter transactions for (BSA) and (AML) violations, prevent transactions with sanctioned entities, and certify compliance with the regulation on an annual basis.
Bank regulated industries include all banks, trust companies, private bankers, savings banks, and savings and loan associations. All branches and agencies of foreign banking corporations.
Nonbank regulated industries include all check cashiers and money transmitters licensed pursuant to the Banking Law to conduct banking operations in New York.
Any remedial efforts planned or underway to address identified areas, systems, or processes that require material improvement, updating or redesign must be documented and available for inspection by the Superintendent.
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