Hidden In Plain Sight – Human Trafficking
Human trafficking, a form of modern slavery, is one of the fastest growing criminal activities in the world. It exploits an estimated 45 million people a year and generates approximately $150 billion in profits. In this session you will learn the difference between human trafficking and human smuggling, where it happens and most importantly, the good news is that the financial industry can play a part in disrupting this heinous crime. With proper education, knowledge of red flags and victim indicators, and by building strong relationships with law enforcement, the financial industry can help disrupt the problem of modern slavery.
Who Should Attend: Front Line Staff, Operations, Compliance and Risk Professionals
- Explore the myths and misconceptions about human trafficking and human smuggling
- Uncover who the victims are, where do they live and the dark side of the sports world
- Discover the red flags and develop the tools your financial institution can use to help identify victims and their abusers.
Vice President of Professional Development Events
Her responsibilities include training financial institutions through live workshops and webinars, as well as consulting on such topics as ACH origination, risk management, elder financial abuse, human trafficking, and other electronic payment-related issues. Patty has conducted ACH training since 1997. Patty has taught at Nacha’s Payments Conferences and Payments Institute and currently sits on Nacha’s AAP Blue Ribbon Panel.
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Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
Refunds and Cancellations: Webinar registrations are non-refundable. If the registrant is unable to attend the designated time and date of the webinar, a playback link and any written materials will be provided within 2 business days following the conclusion of the webinar
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