Home/How Financial Institutions Serve as Frontline Defense in Human Trafficking Detection

How Financial Institutions Serve as Frontline Defense in Human Trafficking Detection

Human trafficking remains one of the fastest growing illegal enterprises. It is of special importance to the AML/financial crime prevention community who are tasked with the detection and reporting of human trafficking money laundering red flags. Financial institutions are in a unique position to serve as a line of defense against these terrible crimes.

Join Timea Nagy, a Human Trafficking survivor, as she shares her story and provides insight on how Financial Institutions can mitigate human trafficking by closely monitoring their customers’ transactions.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • The characteristics of Human Trafficking firsthand from a survivor’s point of view.
  • How to identify the various types of Human Trafficking and the related impact on its victims.
  • Detection strategies for Human Trafficking through financial transactions and other red flags.
  • How to successfully manage or report a potential Human Trafficking incidence.

View Webinar

You may also like:

Course Update

July 2020 Online Course Updates

A summary of the July 2020 Financial Services online course updates.
View course update
Employee Development Plan vs. Coaching: Why You Need Both
Blog

Employee Development Plan vs. Coaching: Why You Need Both

The phrase ‘skills gap’ is often used during employee review time or during business reviews. But what does it really mean to have a skills gap?
View blog
2020-04-20T14:35:28-06:00