Three Obscure Crimes Make Collaboration Among Financial Institutions Critical

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Audrey Anderjeski, Brendan Brothers and Chris Swecker

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The nature and magnitude of the threats posed by terrorist financing, human trafficking and loan fraud can only be fully realized and effectively countered if financial institutions work collectively to safeguard the industry against these sinister crimes. This session features a panel of experts to discuss why collaboration is imperative to protect against these three easily concealed threats. Learning Objectives: •Walk-through of real-life terrorist financing and human trafficking U.S. court cases to illustrate how financial institutions were exploited •How a crime ring perpetrated fraud across 29 financial institutions in 10 states involving 42 loans and a million dollars in losses •Best practices for collaborating with other financial institutions to enhance investigation of suspicious criminal activity

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