Countering Financial Exploitation of Seniors and Other Vulnerable Populations

  • When: May 27, 2020
  • Time: 12PM – 2PM ET
  • Level: All

It’s a heartbreaking but eye-opening statistic: Seniors who are financially exploited suffer an average loss of $34,200, says the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Sadly, the thieves aren’t just professional fraudsters, but often victims’ own family members. It’s a growing problem — senior exploitation suspicious activity reports (SARs) rose four-fold from 2013-2017 — that anti-financial crime (AFC) programs can help prevent. This webinar’s experts will detail emerging fraud typologies against the elderly and vulnerable populations such as adults with developmental disabilities, outlining red flags to watch for, and methods to investigate and resolve them.

Learning Objectives

  • Creating client awareness programs of schemes such as romance scams and fake Social Security calls that target the elderly and vulnerable populations
  • Training front-line staff on elder abuse red flags such as aberrant credit card use and cash-out mortgage activity for no apparent purpose
  • Establishing relationships with law enforcement, government agencies and NGOs to stay current on exploitation trends and keep risk models robust

Who Should Attend

  • Compliance Personnel
  • Relationship Managers
  • FIU Members
  • Law Enforcement


  • Global
  • North America
  • Banking
  • Securities
  • Insurance


ACAMS Members Non-Members
$245 $445
Register Now Join ACAMS


  • Paul Camacho, CAMS

  • Vice President, AML Compliance
  • Station Casinos LLC