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An Illicit Affair: Human Trafficking and Financial Crime

by Lauralee Dhabhar, on Apr 30, 2021 10:47:51 AM

With human trafficking generating $150.2 billion in revenue per year, it is unsurprising to find this activity intricately linked to high level financial crime. As such, financial institutions already on the look out for money-laundering and other illicit financial crime can also play a key role in uncovering the organizations and individuals involved in the trade of human flesh.

Our panelists for this webinar are subject matter experts with different perspectives on trafficking and financial crime, but all of them share the goal of catching the criminals as rehabilitating the victims. Watch the recording to understand more about how banks work with law enforcement, the challenges of tracing these crimes, and what resources are available for both stopping the illicit activity and rehabilitating the victims. Thank you to:

Staca Shehan
Vice President of Analytical Services, The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
 
Larry Cameron
CISO, Anti-Human Trafficking Intelligence Initiative
 
Det. Derek Rud
Human Trafficking Unit/FBI TFO HTTF, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department
 
 
For more information on this topic visit our Human Trafficking Resources page.
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