Modern Slavery: Know Your Supply Chains
Featured Speakers :
Colleen Dychdala is a Data Research Analyst at RDC. She is especially knowledgeable about regulations surrounding politically exposed people (PEPs), working to protect financial institutions from high risk individuals. Colleen has recently been researching financial crime trends in the global financial market and has started writing a thought leadership blog on the rising trends. Before working at RDC, Colleen studied Political Economy at Tulane University in New Orleans.
Katherine Conroy is a data operations analyst at RDC, leading the data insights development and serving on project teams that enhance the culturally relative impact of natural language processing, data visualization and presentation. She has a bachelor of science in anthropology and international development from Tulane University, with various experiences in human rights research in the US Gulf of Mexico, Brazil, and Benin.
Complimentary webinar, courtesy of RDC + BVD and ACFCS
As concern over supply chain transparency grows, financial institutions are shifting their risk appetite to examine regional and international cross-border monitoring more closely.
The complexities of government sponsored modern slavery have an international reach as organizations continue to grapple with the potential reputational risk of forced labor in major global supply chains.
Join RDC + BVD as we discuss
- Modern slavery and human trafficking patterns and trends
- The recent use of Uygher forced labor in China and the global reach to supply chains
- How to address these risks within your current screening program
This session is eligible for 1 CFCS credits.
Important note for ACFCS members: Please register using the same email address tied to your member account.