ACAMS PLEDGE TO

END MODERN DAY SLAVERY

AND HUMAN TRAFFICKING

There are an estimated

40.3 MILLION

PEOPLE IN MODERN SLAVERY,

despite a blanket global ban on such practices.
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With over 80,000 members in 175 countries and 69 chapters worldwide, ACAMS’s global community of financial crime prevention professionals are best placed to assist with the rapid implementation of the FAST Blueprint and to successfully detectand reporthuman trafficking money launderingred flagsin their respective organizations. Our partnership with the UNU-CPR illustrates why ACAMS is considered the global strategic partner of choice in fighting financial crime.

The promotion of the FAST Blueprint and its recommendations is yet another signal of ACAMS’s ongoing commitment to help end modern slavery, human trafficking, forced labour and child labour in accordance with Target 8.7 of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

ROHIT SHARMA

President and Managing Director of ACAMS

I pledge to use my voice as a member of the financial crime prevention community to help end human trafficking and modern slavery in all its forms.

I recognise that I can empower my colleagues and my organisation to better identify and mitigate modern slavery and human trafficking risks within their own organisations.

I agree to take individual and collective action by signing up to the following FAST Initiative Blueprint goal:

COMPLIANCE WITH LAWS

against modern slavery and human trafficking

PROVIDING AND ENABLING EFFECTIVE REMEDY

for modern slavery and human trafficking harms

KNOWING AND SHOWING RISKS

of modern slavery and human trafficking

INVESTMENT IN INNOVATION

for prevention

USING LEVERAGE CREATIVELY

to mitigate and address modern slavery and human trafficking risks