ACAMS Central Texas Chapter September 2022 Event: The Real Cost of Human Trafficking – Panel discussion
Human trafficking is one of the fastest growing criminal activities in the world, exploiting over 45 million people and generating an estimated $150 billion in profits each year. While global in reach, human trafficking also affects individuals, communities and economies across the United States. Through the use of force, fraud and coercion, traffickers compel victims of all genders, ages and nationalities into situations of labor and sexual exploitation. The basics of supply and demand economics provide one lens through which to understand this criminal enterprise. More often than not, money is the fuel that incentivizes traffickers and fuels the operations of trafficking networks. Financial institutions have a critical role to play to identify and disrupt human trafficking. This panel will discuss what AML professionals can do to help identify, flag and prevent human trafficking.
Registration Opens: 4:30pm CST
Presentations Start: 5pm CST
Presentation Ends: 6:30pm CST
Networking Hour: 6:30 – 7pm CST
Close of event: 7pm CST
8611 North MoPac Expy, Suite 400
Austin, TX 78759
1 ACAMS Credit
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