Understand the Expectations and Requirements on the Financial Sector
Generating over US$150 billion each year, modern slavery and human trafficking represent the third largest source of criminal profits globally. Much of that profit moves through the global financial system. As a result, there are growing expectations and requirements on the financial sector to identify, report, mitigate, and remedy modern slavery and human trafficking risks. The ACAMS Fighting Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking training course provides an introduction to the steps that financial sector actors should take to meet these expectations.
Fighting Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Course Content
In this concise, online Fighting Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking training course, we cover anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism obligations, environmental social governance (ESG), human rights, and enterprise risk management. Course content draws on recent case studies and provides insights from experts in the field.
- Knowledge on the drivers of modern slavery and human trafficking, and the connection with the financial sector,
- Identification of the financial footprints of modern slavery through transactions analysis, red flags and key indicators.
- Management of modern slavery risks through customer due diligence, inclusive AML policies, financial inclusion measures, and engagement with businesses, workers and survivors.
- Prevention, remedy and other responses through partnerships between industry, law enforcement, civil society and survivors.
Please note, you will receive an email confirmation with access to this course within 24 hours of completing registration.
ACAMS Social Impact Certificates
ACAMS social impact certificates help professionals fight illegal wildlife trade, modern slavery, and human trafficking. Our two anti-modern slavery and anti-human trafficking courses, and both our ending illegal wildlife trade courses, are offered free of charge to our global community as part of our mission. You can find links to the other certificates in this series below: