Flagright, a global leader in anti-financial crime, is proud to announce its partnership with the Anti-Human Trafficking Intelligence Initiative (ATII). This collaboration underscores Flagright's commitment to using its technology and expertise to contribute meaningfully to the fight against human trafficking and financial crimes.
The partnership enables Flagright to stand alongside ATII, an organization committed to disrupting the market of human trafficking through the advancement of prevention, detection, investigation, and reporting mechanisms.
"The fight against human trafficking necessitates a global, collective effort," said Baran Ozkan, CEO of Flagright. "This partnership stands as a testament to our commitment towards a world free from the horrors of human trafficking. Sponsoring ATII gives us a way to extend our specialized knowledge and resources in a profound way."
In response to the partnership, Aaron Kahler, CEO and Founder of ATII commented, "We are thrilled to have Flagright join us in this significant endeavor. Their sponsorship and commitment to our cause not only provide much-needed resources but also symbolize the growing corporate social responsibility in the fight against human trafficking."
In recognition of Flagright's commitment, ATII will offer Flagright access to high-risk sex industry and human trafficking risk intelligence datasets, Anti-Human Trafficking and AML eLearning Course Licenses, and new products upon release.
The partnership with ATII extends Flagright's mission beyond its core services, reflecting the company's dedication to social responsibility and the fight against human trafficking.
Flagright is a trusted partner for financial institutions worldwide, offering comprehensive solutions for anti-money laundering (AML) compliance and fraud prevention. The company combines real-time transaction monitoring, case management, KYB and ID verification, customer risk assessment, and sanctions screening in an easy-to-use, no-code interface. Flagright prides itself on its quick service integration and ability to offer customers an edge in AML compliance and fraud prevention.
About the Anti-Human Trafficking Intelligence Initiative
Based in the United States, ATII, a not-for-profit organization, established in 2019, operates globally to combat modern slavery by leveraging corporate social responsibilities directly through anti-human trafficking program development, facilitating awareness, targeted data collection, technology integration, and sourcing actionable intelligence. They aim to disrupt the market of human trafficking, child exploitation, and child sexual abuse material (CSAM) through the advancement of prevention, detection, investigation, and reporting mechanisms. ATII is committed to raising awareness and developing strategic partnerships with intelligence, technology, and data leaders.