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The board of directors for a large company, believing it was time for a shake-up, hires a new CEO. 472 more words
FinCEN advisory: Financial red flags for human smuggling and human trafficking - The FCPA Blog - The FCPA Blog
FinCEN advisory: Financial red flags for human smuggling and human traffickingBy Richard L. Cassin | Monday, September 15, 2014 at 10:18AMThe Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network FinCEN issued an advisory Thursday to help financial institutions detect and report suspicious activity that could be related to human smuggling or human trafficking.”Financial institutions, large and small, can play a critical role in identifying and reporting transactions related to these unlawful activities based on their observations when interacting with customers and their monitoring processes,” FinCEN said.The advisory starts by helping anyone understand what the terms “human smuggling” and “human trafficking” mean, and how they’re different.Human Smuggling: Acts or attempts to bring unauthorized aliens to or into the United States, transport them within the U.S., harbor unlawful aliens, encourage entry of illegal aliens, or conspire to commit these violations, knowingly or in reckless disregard of illegal status.Human Smuggling –i Involves persons choosing to immigrate illegallyii Is limited to illegal migration or the harboring of undocumented aliensiii Involves foreign nationals, andiv The crime involves an illegal border crossing or the harboring of someone that illegally crossed the border.Human Trafficking: The act of recruiting, harboring, transporting, providing or obtaining a person for forced labor or commercial sex acts through the use of force, fraud or coercion.Human Trafficking –i Involves the use of force or coercion and the exploitation of victimsii Includes, but is not limited to, involuntary servitude, forced labor, debt bondage, peonage and sexual exploitationiii Anyone can be a victim regardless of origin, sex, age or legal status, andiv There is no need for a person to cross a border to be trafficked; individuals can be trafficked within the borders of a country. 350 more words
International Business Ethics
While business ethics emerged as a field in the 1970s, international business ethics did not emerge until the late 1990s, looking back on the international developments of that decade. 298 more words
Adiós and Thank you Linkedin for Opening up the Linkedin Pulse Influencer Platform for all Bloggers and budding authors who are keen to publish long posts. 660 more words