While banks are busy bracing for a host of expensive new reforms prompted by the financial crisis, they are coming under renewed pressure to comply with a crucial set of rules that never went away.

A spate of enforcement actions and big penalties this year for violations of anti-money-laundering rules and Treasury Department sanctions has served as a stark reminder of the government's compliance priorities, even as bank failures pile up and credit costs remain elevated.

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