Human Trafficking – The Threat is Real – Follow the Money – Follow the Crime
Tuesday, Nov 28, 2017
5:00pm – 8:30pm
Human Trafficking is not just about the homeless or the low income. Everyday people from all social and economic status are being victimized and hundreds of millions of dollars is earned off their backs, quite literally, by human traffickers.
- Is your company inadvertently helping them to succeed?
- Is your organization being exploited by human traffickers too?
- Understand the mindset of the individuals behind the crime.
- Recognize the red flags of human trafficking and adhere to anti-
money laundering protocols.
- Do you have the knowledge to help end what amounts to human slavery in 2017?
Please join us for an exceptional panel of experts who not only provide background details about the investigation, but also how your and your organization can help in the fight to end human trafficking.
We are honoured to present
the following speakers for this
Manager, Further Investigation Team
His department is part of TD Banks Global Anti-Money Laundering department. Prior to joining TD Bank, Dwayne worked with the Toronto Police Service for 26 years, where he finished his career as a full-time Money Laundering and Proceeds of Crime Investigator assigned to the Financial Crimes Unit. He is a court qualified expert in Money Laundering, the use of cash in the drug world and Proceeds of Crime. Dwayne holds the following designations: CAMS-FCI designation from the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist, a CFCS designation from Association of Certified Financial Crimes Specialists and a Certified Bitcoin Designation (CBP) from the Crypto Currency Certification Consortium.
At the Centre, Barb provides leadership designed to enhance collaboration, coordination and efforts to end human trafficking in Canada with community based practitioners, relevant experts, law enforcement, members of the public and governments on all levels. Barbara is also working to advance federal, provincial and municipal policy and programs through evidence based measures and research and is assisting to establish a national hotline/textline for all forms of human trafficking.
Ryan Christopher is a Detective Constable with the Halton Regional Police Service. He has recently been assigned to the Regional Fraud Bureau; however, has spent the last three years in the Human Trafficking Unit.
Barry MacKillop was appointed Interim Director on October 18, 2017. Mr. MacKillop first joined FINTRAC in September 2011 as the Deputy Director of the Financial Analysis and Disclosures (Intelligence) Sector. He became the Deputy Director of Operations in November 2015. He was responsible for Financial Intelligence, as well as the Supervisory and Compliance role of the Agency.
Peter is the Director, Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and FINTEC Advisory, and Compliance Officer with the Bank of Montreal (BMO). He also manages ‘special projects’ and advises on major AML/CFT investigations and is a Certified Bitcoin Professional. He is formerly the Director AML Advisory and Director Risk Intelligence at BMO.
Cocktails at 5:00 PM
Dinner at 6:00 PM
Special thanks to our sponsor for this
vitally important dinner meeting.
Event LocationMarriott Yorkville (check hotel display for the room)
90 Bloor St. East
Toronto, Ontario, M4W 1A7