The U.S. Attorney General is pressing congress to change legislation that caps whistleblower awards at 1.6 million dollars under the Financial Institutions Reform Recovery Enforcement Act to encourage additional reports and assistance in the prosecution of claims against financial institutions. According to the U.S. Attorney General, risky behavior by financial institutions is on the upswing and by encouraging more complaints and whistleblowers it will enable the government to deter future violations.
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