Under the LMML
, 30 categories of entities, including lawyers, real estate agents, auctioneers, tax consultants, and security exchange operators are required to file suspicious transaction reports (STRs).
information model is focused on structuring the content of units of learning but these structures are bounded to hierarchical organizations.
The LMML study revealed a record high in customer satisfaction with TAP Latin America member networks (which include, among others, Bravo International, the Cartoon Network, CBS TeleNoticias, CNN en Espanol, Discovery Channel Latin America, ESPN International, Fox Sports Americas, GEMS Television, MTV Latin America, TeleUno and USA Networks International).
The LMML study also put Discovery in the top slot for viewer satisfaction for the fourth year in a row.
The LMML study indicated that multichannel households have more televisions and VCRs than do non-multi- channel households.
Zeroing in on the real significance of all this data, TAP President Mauricio Gerson (vp and general manager for Latin America at USA Networks International) commented, "Advertisers, thanks to the utility of such studies as LMML, will continue to increase their commitment and their dollars to reach these high-income viewers."
LMML reaches its clients as raw figures and so is subject to some interpretation, but Turner's reading of the data places Cartoon as the No.
Kudos aside, LMML is all about drumming up ad revenue, which continues to be a major frustration for Latin cablers.
Banks and the 29 other reporting entities under the LMML are required to apply "know your customer" (KYC) standards.
The LMML obligates financial institutions to a five-year record keeping requirement and provides a "safe harbor" to reporting entities.
The LMML guarantees the independence of the FIA director, allows the agency to perform onsite compliance inspections, and authorizes it to obtain information without a court order, share all information with law enforcement, and receive reports of suspected terrorism financing.