Human Trafficking: What You As A Financial Professional Can Do to Prevent it
Date: Thursday, August 22, 2019
Time: 12:00 PM – 01:00 PM EST | 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM (London)
6:00PM – 7:00PM (Amsterdam)
Human trafficking remains one of the fastest growing illegal enterprises. It is of special importance to the AML/financial crime prevention community who are tasked with the detection and reporting of human trafficking money laundering red flags. As financial institutions you are in a unique position to serve as a line of defense against these terrible crimes.
In this NoMoneyLaundering.com webinar, join our expert speakers as they delve into the shady underworld of human trafficking, the financial transactions that support it, and how financial professionals like you can help to bring down this illicit trade.
You will learn:
- The geographic risks associated with human trafficking;
- The benefits of prevention through employment, training, and outreach;
- Screen illicit transactions linked to human trafficking; and
- Leveraging analytics to better detect predicate crimes.
Sign up today! Tell your friends, clients, customers and colleagues about it.
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Registered attendees will receive a Certificate of Attendance to demonstrate required AML training to auditors, and regulators.
Michael S. Schidlow
Head of FCC and Emerging Risk Audit Development
Global Internal Audit | HSBC Bank USA N.A.
Michael Schidlow currently directsthe Financial Crime Risk Training program for HSBC Bank’s Global Internal Audit Function. In this role, Schidlow designs and delivers bespoke training courses on anti-money laundering (AML), terrorist financing, anti-bribery/corruption (ABC), and anti-financial crime best practices across the company’s global footprint. Schidlow also provides subject matter expertise on financial crime compliance, advising the function’s North America and Latin America regions, as well as the Global Financial Crime Risk audit teams. Schidlow consults on audit planning and audit scoping based on regulatory issues, enforcement actions, and emerging risk conditions.
Schidlow previously served as an investigator for Bank of America’s Global Financial Crimes Compliance division, specializing in high-profile client compromises, complex fraud,and insider abuse allegations. Schidlow started his career working as an attorney concentrating on regulatory compliance and white collar litigation matters.
Schidlow holds the Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS), CAMS Advanced Certification in AML Audit (CAMS-Audit) certifications, and is a licensed attorney.
CEO & Co-Founder
Servant, CAUSEGEAR, L3C
A CHICAGO based social enterprise with a mission is to transform the lives of one million people trapped in unfathomable poverty & injustice to become self-sustaining. Brad started CAUSEGEAR from a deep desire to use business as a force for ending one of todays most urgent human injustices, slavery. Brad’s background includes 30+ years of sales, marketing, design, leadership, and business development. He has a B.S. Graphic Design from Bradley University and an MBA from Lake Forest Graduate School of Management. Brad is an advisory board member, of the Loyola Baumhart Center for Social Enterprise and Responsibility.
Brad and his wife Katherine resides in the Chicago area. His passions include art and design, outdoor sports, distance running, international business compassion, global missions for victims of trafficking & extreme poverty, and sustainable life transformation.