Preventing Wildlife Trafficking in Asia: Efforts to Deter Ivory and Endangered Species Smuggling

  • When: December 6, 2019
  • Time: 10PM – 11AM HKT
  • Level: All

According to the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), elephant ivory, rhino horn, and tiger and pangolin products are among the top wildlife items illegally traded worldwide, especially in Southeast Asia and China. An effective response from anti-financial crime professionals to preventing and combating wildlife trafficking requires robust information sharing, leveraging partnerships with law enforcement agencies and regulators, and training staff on common typologies to strengthen risk-based monitoring. Our panel of professionals will lay out practical strategies for preventing and combating wildlife trafficking in Asia, including common typologies, case studies and training protocols.

Learning Objectives

  • Charting typologies in environmental-related crimes such as ivory smuggling and trafficking in endangered species or other protected wildlife
  • Reviewing specific cases involving wildlife-related schemes including rhino horn smuggling to establish ties between environmental-related crimes and transnational financial crime organizations
  • Instructing staff to master wildlife tracking resources and protocols for contacting and aiding customs and other law enforcement officials

Who Should Attend

  • Compliance Personnel
  • Law Enforcement
  • Internal Investigation Personnel
  • Industry Consultants
  • All Lines of Business

Region/Industry

  • APAC
  • Global

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