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Thomson Reuters Foundation and The Mekong Club launch resource for financial institutions in Asia Pacific to combat modern slavery
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12 February 2019
On 12 February 2019 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Working in collaboration with Hong Kong based NGO the Mekong Club, the Thomson Reuters Foundation today (12 February) launched the latest in its series of Toolkits designed to help financial institutions to fight human trafficking using data. The Toolkit, tailored for use in the Asia Pacific region, includes a set of 'red flags' ... linked to suspicious patterns in financial transactions, customer data, and behaviour.
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