How can collaboration help win the fight against money laundering, illegal wildlife trafficking and modern slavery?
Money laundering, green crime and modern slavery are often closely linked.
The widespread nature of both financial crime (including fraud, money laundering, theft, bribery and corruption, cybercrime, and modern slavery) and green crime (including wildlife trafficking and environmental crime) continues to plague individuals, companies, and societies across the globe.
Organizations lose approximately 3.5 percent of their global turnover to financial crime every year, according to Refinitiv’s research. Meanwhile, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) estimates the value of illegal wildlife trafficking to be around US$15-23bn per year, making it one of world’s largest sources of illicit money flows into the world’s financial systems.
In this webinar, experts from Refinitiv, The Sentry, C4ADS and Freedom Seal Global discuss how collaboration can help expose and eradicate those crimes across corporate networks and global supply chains.
Duration: 62 minutes
Topic: Preventing Financial Crime Through Collaboration
Che Sidanius, Head of Financial Crime Regulation & Industry Affairs, Refinitiv
Rani Hong, CEO, The Freedom Seal Global
Sasha Lezhnev, Deputy Director of Policy, The Sentry
Ben Spevack, Senior Analyst, C4ADS