Webinar: Human Trafficking and Major Sporting Events

Eyes on the Super Bowl

Nothing brings people together like sporting events and nothing brings more people together than championship events with a global reach. The dark side of that is the huge uptick host cities see in human trafficking – of both labor and sex workers. 

In this webinar, Terri Luttrell, CAMS-Audit will dive into the dark side of human trafficking around major sporting events and what BSA professionals can do to help stop this horrific crime.

Key learning objectives:

  • Learn the signs that may indicate someone is a victim of human trafficking.
  • Identify how criminals are utilizing the financial system for human trafficking. 
  • Understand the ramifications of global events on the safety of your community. 
  • Learn how you, as a BSA/AML and Fraud Professional, can work to end modern-day human trafficking. 



Meet Your Presenters

Terri Luttrell, CAMS-Audit
Senior Manager, Strategy and Engagement, Banker’s Toolbox

Terri Luttrell is a seasoned AML professional with over 20 years in the banking industry, working both in medium and large community and commercial banks ranging from $2 billion to $330 billion in asset size. She started her banking career in commercial lending, moving to deposit operations and the compliance/fraud arenas where she was Director and AML/OFAC Officer. Terri has successfully worked with institutions in implementing suspicious activity monitoring programs, installing various automated solutions, and streamlining processes while ensuring all regulatory requirements are met. She has also managed a team of AML investigators for a large/cross-border institution giving her an enhanced sense of AML risk in our institutions.

Since joining Banker’s Toolbox in 2012, Terri has used her extensive knowledge of BSA/AML Regulations as well as the FFIEC Exam Manual guidance to assist numerous clients in enhancing their suspicious activity monitoring program, improving written procedural practices, and evaluating the institution’s use of their automated systems. She conducts remote individual coaching sessions and group WebEx training sessions for clients based on their needs. Terri is a member of National ACAMS (Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists) and is on the Board of the Central Texas ACAMS Chapter. She is CAMS-Audit certified.