Three US senators have introduced a bill proposing legislation that would establish a Cross-Border Financial Crime Centre within the department of homeland security to coordinate investigations and information sharing related to cross-border financial crimes, particularly those that concern the US border.

The Combating Cross-border Financial Crime Act of 2023 would establish the centre to coordinate information sharing, so federal law enforcement can work seamlessly with state, local and international partners to fight crime, terrorism and the financial structures that enable them.

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