In 2020, we wrote about the increased regulatory attention on financial institutions’ obligations to detect and respond to human trafficking. In 2021, we wrote about how anti-human trafficking programs fit squarely in banks’ risk management and ESG platforms. As 2022 comes to a close, we add to these alerts an area of emerging potential bank liability – civil actions alleging failure to detect and respond to human trafficking.
A few weeks ago, two sex trafficking survivors filed lawsuits against two international financial institutions including claims under the ...
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MVA White Collar Defense, Investigations, and Regulatory Advice Blog Updates
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- Client Alert: Beneficial Ownership Reporting at the Federal Level effective January 1, 2024