Bob Jones, president of ACME bank, has had a banking relationship with Linda O'Reilly, a local real estate agent for several years. Ms. O'Reilly keeps most of her deposit accounts with ACME and also has had several personal loans there. Over a three-month time period, Ms. O'Reilly consistently (two or three times a week) brings to the bank a series of money orders in amounts ranging from $7,000 to $15,000, made payable to her in denominations of $1,000, and asks the teller to take them and issue one cashier's check payable to her. After this activity has continued for three months, Mr. Jones notices the frequency of cashier's checks issued to Ms. O'Reilly on a management report. It catches his attention because he does not know why Ms. O'Reilly would need this number of cashier's checks. On inquiry, the head teller explains the weekly transactions. Which of the following statements best describes Mr. Jones's responsibility?