DSA’s Human Trafficking SAR Analysis cited in MoneyLaundering.com


Dynamic Securities Analytics, Inc.‘s original analysis of the first reported Human Trafficking and Human Smuggling SAR filings was cited in a www.moneylaundering.com article “US Banks, MSBs File Few SARS on Human Trafficking and Smuggling” by Daniel Bethencourt.

Many of the SARs filed on suspected smuggling originated from U.S. border states, such as Texas and California, and the leading financial instrument used in the reported transactions was a funds transfer, according to Alison Jimenez, president of Florida-based consultancy Dynamic Securities Analytics, who first publicized the figures.

Read more here to learn about DSA’s analysis of Human Trafficking & Human Smuggling Suspicious Activity Reports.

http://securitiesanalytics.com/2018-sar-insights-suspicious-activity-reports-annual-analysis/
2018 SAR Count by State: Human Smuggling
Analysis by Dynamic Securities Analytics, Inc.