Former Chainalysis Brass is now the acting director of FinCEN
The current acting director of the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) will retire from the governing body in April. His replacement: Michael Mosier, former chief technical advisor at Chainalysis.
"Director Kenneth A. Blanco today announced several leadership changes that will affect the office." said a public statement by FinCEN on Friday adding:
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