Two of HSBC’s front-line workers in Canada reported a woman who’d attempted to deposit $40,000 cash into her account. Two months later, they found out that the same woman was wanted for human trafficking. “I got goose bumps,” said one of the whistleblowers. A seemingly small act on their part had undoubtedly prevented further suffering.
It was part of a global effort from HSBC to make the fight against financial crime part of the fabric of everyday business. And, in so doing, helping to keep vulnerable people safe in communities the world over.
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