FAT ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Thursday 16th October
“Building Resilient Business Communities”
Are you aware of the effects that human trafficking can have on your business?
“Whether a concerned citizen, a board member, a government official, or a survivor of trafficking, we each have a responsbility to spot human trafficking, engage our communities, and commit to take action.” – John F. Kerry, US Secretary of State.
Finance Against Trafficking invites you to our fourth annual conference. We will hear about and explore the issues that challenge business on human trafficking from companies and individuals with specialist knowledge of this topic.
The conference will include a keynote session and interactive workshops, led by industry specialists, to help equip you with the skills to identify human trafficking risks and provide information to help build a resilient business.
SPEAKERS ON THE DAY WILL INCLUDE:
Pete Talibart, Managing Partner (London), Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Jo Webb, Head of Stakeholder Relations, Sedex (Supplier Ethical Data Exchange)
Peter Barnes, Director Europe (Global Security and Investigations), Western Union
Ruth Dearnley OBE, CEO STOP THE TRAFFIK
David Hammond, Barrister, Human Rights at Sea
THE SUPPLY CHAIN STORY:
Session 1 – 12:30 to 13:00 / Session 2 – 16:30 to 17:00
Session 1 – 13:05 to 14:00 / Session 2 – 17:05 to 18:00
Legislation and Regulation – Update on and response to the Modern Slavery Bill and the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.
Supply Chain Security – Overview of supply chain management and transparency
Anti-Money Laundering – Changes in the law and update on Red Flags
Building Resilient Communities – FTSE analysis on transparent businesses and how intelligence can serve and help businesses with their supply chains
(One workshop to be selected per participant)
St Sepulchre’s Church
London, EC1A 2DQ
Places are limited so please: