The ABA aims to provide a forum for advancing the cause of the banking and finance industry in the region and promoting regional economic cooperation. Its primary objectives include providing a venue for an exchange of views and information on banking opportunities, facilitating the meeting of bankers in an atmosphere of fellowship and friendship, encouraging joint activities to enhance the role of its members in servicing the financial needs of their respective economies, and undertaking projects to encourage trade, industrial, and investment cooperation in the Asia-Pacific region.

The Academy of Fraud Investigations (AFI) brings together decades of law enforcement and corporate experience in security, vigilance, cyber and fraud investigations. AFI provides unique online and offline training in cyber and fraud investigations. The investigations and technical team has addressed complex domestic and international investigations and has trained, mentored and supported law enforcement and corporate investigators since its inception. AFI offers free-to-read investigative tips and case studies in addition to its several certification courses.

Castellum.AI automates compliance screening for individuals and organizations, and enables deep dive research into global compliance data. Sanctions lists, export control regulations, law enforcement notices and other crucial compliance data is publicly available, but not in one place, one language and one data architecture. To solve this problem, Castellum.AI is building the world’s largest compliance database, with the aim of putting global risk analysis at the finger tips of every person with an internet connection. Our platform is powered by automated data ingestion, underpinned by proprietary architecture and made easily accessible through powerful search capabilities.

RUSI’s Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies (CFCS) is a global authority on the intersection of finance and security. We strive towards a world where confronting financial crime becomes a collective responsibility. CFCS delivers pioneering analysis and actionable ideas in the fight against financial crime, driving change through a partnership-based approach. Our research equips the international community with the knowledge, tools and insights to understand, identify and disrupt the threats of illicit finance.

Global Financial Integrity (GFI) is a Washington, DC-based think tank, producing high-caliber analyses of illicit financial flows, advising developing country governments on effective policy solutions and promoting pragmatic transparency measures in the international financial system as a means to global development and security.  GFI is committed to constructively engaging with policymakers worldwide to develop effective, pragmatic policy solutions to address illicit financial flows. We take pride in basing our analysis on the highest quality research and expertise.
Liberty Shared aims to prevent human trafficking through legal advocacy, technological interventions, and strategic collaborations with NGOs, corporations, and financial institutions globally. Liberty Shared seeks to facilitate the sharing of information, expertise, data, and best practices with anti-trafficking stakeholders through online platforms; gathers and channels intelligence on slavery to the private sector; focus on mechanisms of accountability and justice – improving victim identification and gathering of actionable information and evidence; and providing slavery education & training to enact change in all sectors of society.
The Mekong Club is a catalyst for change, inspiring and engaging the private sector to lead in the fight against modern slavery. Given that the majority of modern-day slavery exists in the private sector, these companies are ideally placed to help turn the tide of this global epidemic. The Mekong Club originally formed as a direct response to the growing number of companies looking to develop strategies to address forced labour risk through a professional forum. Divided into industry-specific working groups, these networks meet regularly to learn, share best practices, and network with other like-minded professionals.
Over the past century, WCS has established long-term conservation presence in the last wild places across the Americas, Africa, Asia, and Oceania, built strong and trusting partnerships, and acquired a depth of knowledge that ensures effective conservation action. WCS protects these last wild places because they are intact, biodiverse, most resilient to climate change, and bastions for large, iconic wildlife species. WCS’s goal is to conserve the world’s largest wild places in 14 priority regions, home to more than 50% of the world’s biodiversity.
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