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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.

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