Thomson Reuters to Host Public-Private Partnership Forums to Address AML, Human Trafficking, Blockchain and More
Public-private partnerships – often referred to as “P3” – are increasingly cited as a favored approach to confront broad-ranging issues including anti-money laundering, threat prevention, human trafficking and more. Not only is Thomson Reuters proud to partner with the public sector, but it is in a unique position to build bridges between the private and public sectors to facilitate ongoing conversations on these issues and provide expertise and technology to help solve these issues.
Beginning in March, Thomson Reuters will host the 2018 Public-Private Partnership Forum series, gathering domain experts, customers and more for a day of discussion and networking. The first event will be held in New York City on Wednesday, March 7 at the Westin New York at Times Square. To attend, please register using the links below:
Corporate Investigator Professionals: http://ask.legalsolutions.thomsonreuters.info/ci-p3-nyc-march-2018
Government Professionals: http://ask.legalsolutions.thomsonreuters.info/gov-p3-nyc-march-2018
The second and third events in the P3 series will be held on Tuesday, April 24 at The Ritz-Carlton in Charlotte, N.C. and Thursday, April 26, at The Mayflower Hotel, Autograph Collection in Washington, D.C respectively. Registration for these events will be released soon.
Speakers at the New York P3 event include Peter Vincent, senior legal counsel with Thomson Reuters Special Services and Dennis Lormel, CEO of DML Associates, and a preeminent speaker on anti-money laundering and fraud, as well as other financial and technology experts.
“From our work with the non-profit sector on digital currency, to human trafficking in the digital age, and support of law enforcement and beyond, the value of public-private partnerships is not a new proposition for Thomson Reuters,” said Vincent. “We look forward to hosting the P3 series and learning how we can all work together to confront some pretty serious issues.”
This latest series is based on the inaugural P3 Summit, which Thomson Reuters hosted in Minneapolis. To read more on this event, click here.