Introduction to Modern Slavery

Tuesday 12 September
12:00 - 1:00pm

Introduction to Modern Slavery

With the prevalence of exploitation, increasing international scrutiny and the announcement of Modern Slavery legislation being implemented in New Zealand is making it necessary for businesses to develop their response to mitigate risk and protect reputation.

Join Cam Bower from AIM CRI to understand what Modern Slavery looks like in New Zealand, how it infiltrates business and our society. This practical and honest understanding of the reality for victims and the abhorrent situation that people living in New Zealand can find themselves is essential to understanding why and how businesses should respond.

There are practical and effective actions that can be undertaken to maintain visibility of how your supply chain operates and how due diligence, compliance monitoring and investigative response can protect businesses from contributing to further victimization.

AIM CRI are delivering these solutions and are also working with victims so can offer compelling incite on this important issue.

Lunchtime Seminars - Key Information

  • Lunchtime Seminars are now free for all individual members and named individuals under a corporate membership.  The fee for non-members is $25+GST
  • Seminars commences at 12:00pm and will finish at 1:00pm.
  • Webinar dial-in – Webinar information for logging in and participating in the webinar will be shared with registered participants once payment is received.

About the Speaker

Cam Bower
Director, AIM Compliance, Risk & Investigations

Cameron started AIM in response to a niche in the market. He believes that businesses need to be better supported in the face of the range of compliance responsibilities that are expected.

Cameron was a NZ Police qualified detective, with expertise across a full range of criminal offending and international investigations.

Moving on from this to roles with NZ Immigration he worked with a range of agencies to successfully prosecute offences including people trafficking.

This background highlighted the risk to business reputation where supply chains are not routinely verified and/or audited.

As an experienced investigator he works closely with high profile law firms and various legislative compliance areas including immigration, motor vehicle traders, financial control, criminal activity, etc.

Cameron understands people and is an outstanding interviewer. He is practical, hardworking, and astute which makes him an asset to our clients.