Incorporating Tools and Strategies to Disrupt Human Trafficking

  • When: October 30, 2019
  • Time: 12PM – 2PM ET
  • Level: All

U.S. Bank utilized its financial intelligence and anti-financial crime capabilities during the 2018 Super Bowl LII at the U.S. Bank Stadium to fight sex trafficking in partnership with law enforcement. The bank’s financial crime professionals dove into transaction data—credit and debit card use, ATM withdrawals, branch visits—to identify labor and sex trafficking and ultimately assisted law enforcement in the arrest of 94 individuals for sex trafficking in the days around the big game. Financial institutions throughout the world are also taking steps to combat human trafficking, including assessing institutional risks and training staff on sex and labor trafficking typologies. In addition to looking at the lessons learned from the U.S. Bank effort, this webinar will examine the latest red flags and victim indicators for human trafficking, as well as provide practical, risk-based approaches to disrupt these heinous crimes.

Learning Objectives

  • Differentiating typologies for various forms of human trafficking, including labor and sex slavery, in order to build oversight models based on discrete typologies and institutional risks
  • Partnering with law enforcement, government and NGO actors to enhance your FIs SAR filings and to spur information sharing
  • Detailing cooperative efforts to fight human trafficking locally, nationally and globally by understanding Polaris, Project Protect, and the ACAMS Fight Against Human Trafficking (FAHT) Committee
  • Enhancing current detection and investigation systems to spot human trafficking in transactional data

Who Should Attend

  • Law Enforcement
  • FIU/FCC Team Members
  • Compliance Officers
  • All Lines of Business
  • Information Technology


  • Global
  • North America
  • Bank
  • Law Enforcement


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Alison Jimenez
  • Alison Jimenez

  • Anti-Money Laundering Expert Witness, President
  • Securities Litigation Consultant, Damages Expert


Maureen Dollinger
  • Maureen Dollinger O’Connor

  • Director, Americas Head, Financial Crime Legal
  • Barclays

Terri Lutrell
  • Terri Luttrell, CAMS-Audit

  • Compliance & Engagement Director
  • Abrigo


Terri Luttrell is a seasoned AML professional with over 20 years in the banking industry, working both in medium and large community banks. She started her banking career in commercial lending, moving to deposit operations and the compliance/fraud arenas where she was Director and AML/ OFAC Officer. Terri is currently Compliance & Engagement Director with Abrigo and is CAMS-Audit certified.

Jacqueline D. Shinfield
  • Jacqueline D. Shinfield

  • Partner
  • Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP


Jacqueline Shinfield is a Partner in the Financial Services Group at Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP. Jacqueline advises on all aspects of the payments industry including regulatory compliance issues and consumer protection legislation. Jacqueline has extensive experience advising in respect of the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act and Canadian sanctions legislation. In this regard, she provides advice on the provisions of this legislation and its application and interpretation, prepares and assists clients in audits of their anti-money laundering and sanctions programs and in preparing industry-specific risk-based risk assessments. Jacqueline also assists clients in making submissions on notices of violation issued by FINTRAC.

Jacqueline has been inducted into the Canadian Payments Hall of Fame and is recognized in The Best Lawyers in Canada, Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory, Chambers Canada: Canada’s Leading Lawyers for Business, IFLR1000: The Guide to the World’s Leading Financial Law Firms, and Acritas Stars 2018.