Learn How Financial Institutions Serve as a Frontline Defense in Human Trafficking Detection

Billions of transactions per day are managed by financial institutions. Yet it’s the unique transactions surrounding some customers’ accounts that could help financial services professionals serve as a key deterrent against human trafficking.

OnCourse Learning will host the free nationally-accredited webinar “How Financial Institutions Serve as Frontline Defense in Human Trafficking Detection” at 11 a.m. CT March 20 featuring human trafficking survivor, author and social advocate Timea E. Nagy. She has trained professionals in more than 1,500 banks and financial institutions throughout North America, along with thousands of law enforcement officers.

“Timea’s story is incredibly powerful and serves as an inspiration for other survivors,” said OnCourse Learning’s Vice President of Governance, Risk & Compliance, Jeff Kelly. “It provides valuable lessons for financial services professionals on how vigilance can help break the cycle of human trafficking.”

The webinar, which will provide actionable tips for human trafficking detection in financial institutions, is accredited by the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists and designed for professionals interested in compliance training, AML training and AML certification. Attendees for the live event will receive one CAMS credit toward their continuing education requirement. The webinar will be recorded and made available, but CAMS credit will only apply to those attending live on March 20. Learn more and register for the webinar.

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