Human Trafficking, Human Slavery, Trafficking in Persons, Human Smuggling – Part 1: A global problem. What can we do as US financial institutions to help bring it to an end?

Consider the following: On October 23, 2019, the bodies of 39 Vietnamese people—29 men, 2 boys, and 8 women — including 10 teenagers; the youngest were two 15-year-old boys—were found in the trailer of a refrigerated trailer in Essex, United Kingdom. The trailer had been shipped from Belgium, to UK.  Although it was a refrigerated […]

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About John Reynolds, M.B.A

John Reynolds is a former Bank regulator, having retired from the NY Fed as an Examining Officer in the Financial Institution Supervision Group. John started out his career as an Assistant Bank Examiner in 1979 working up through the ranks and has been involved in all facets of bank examination work at international, large complex institutions, regional, and community institutions. Since 2009, he has played a leadership role in the NY Fed’s Compliance examination work, where he guided teams of examiners reviewing institutions’ compliance with AML-BSA and OFAC regulations and laws.

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