Creating the Standard.
The Anti-Human Trafficking Intelligence Initiative is combating global human trafficking by promoting corporate social responsibility through increasing awareness, facilitating intelligence integration and technology advancement, and encouraging strategic data collaboration.
In this virtual summit, we bring together BSA Officers, Financial Crime Investigators, Regulators & more to promote corporate social responsibility through:
Facilitating Intelligence Integration
Using Strategic Data Collaboration
Technology & Data Panel
Ingrid Verschuren, Dow Jones, Senior VP of Data Strategy & Deputy Head of Professional Information Business
Matthew Long, CFCS, MICA, Quantexa, Head of AML Solutions, EMEA
Jennifer Wells McEntire, Wells Fargo, VP, Financial Crimes Automation & Digitization
Gary Shiffman, Giant Oak, Inc., CEO & Economist
Robert A. Goldfinger, CAMS, CFS, Capt. CID (ret.), BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, Global Financial Crimes Expert
Anti-Human Trafficking Cryptocurrency Consortium (ATCC) - Crypto Kiosk & Bitcoin ATM Panel
Moderator Robert Whitaker, Blockchain Intelligence Group
Richard Sanders, CipherBlade, Lead Investigator/Principal
Seth Sattler, CAMS, DigitalMint, BSA Officer
Joseph Ciccolo, CAMS, AMLCA, CFE, BitAML and ComplyFit, Founder
Arnold Spencer, Coinsource, General Counsel
Meet The Speakers
Throughout the conference, attendees will hear from industry thought leaders who will discuss the importance of how now, more than ever, it’s time for financial institutions to take action against human trafficking. The current roster of speakers attending #FMFS2021SUMMIT includes:
Jennifer Wells McEntire, CAMS
Pamela Clegg, CAMS MBA
B. Comm, J.D., CAMS
Elias Kokaly, CAMS
Matthew Long, CFCS, MICA
Seth Sattler, CAMS
Robert A. Goldfinger, CAMS, CFS, CAPT. CID (ret.)
Joseph Ciccolo, CAMS, CFE, AMLCA
Dr. Sam Graber
Human Trafficking is a Financial Crime: An Industry Call to Action
While we are actively developing a comprehensive suite of products and services catered to combating human trafficking through the financial services industry, we need your help to continue the fight and make our efforts go even further!
If your organization is looking for a way to give back and do something for the community while building the reputation as a giving institution around a very important charitable cause, please consider sponsoring the Anti-Human Trafficking Intelligence Initiative’s (ATII) first annual Summit.