The financial sector does not traditionally get much coverage in regard to supply chain sustainability. Attention, understandably, has tended to be directed toward industries with more visible and severe supply chain impacts, such as the apparel sector. However, the financial sector is at high-risk for human trafficking, labour exploitation, forced labour and modern slavery as well. This report seeks to shed some light on how the financial sector is involved in the issue.

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