Incorporating Practical Methods to Meet Enhanced AML Expectations for the Gaming Industry

Sponsored by

BAE Systems
  • When: August 23, 2017
  • Time: 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET
  • Levels: Intermediate – Advanced

Casino operators and other gaming organizations are facing AML related challenges due to increased regulatory pressure and fines. The implementation of robust AML policies and procedures that effectively identify, report and mitigate risks will in turn ensure that casinos are staying ahead of criminals and preventing illicit funds derived from criminal proceeds from entering the property. During this webinar, our casino and gaming experts will detail best practices and practical approaches for aligning policies and procedures with an increasingly complex regulatory and legal landscape.

Learning Objectives

  • Implementing enterprise-wide automation of CDD, transaction monitoring and case management capabilities to ensure proper reporting of suspicious transactions
  • Developing risk assessments to include all relevant elements and risk ratings including patrons; transactions; products and services; gaming; premises and location; and operational
  • Detailing best practices to spot, combat and report suspicious activities including white collar embezzlement, local drug dealers and Ponzi schemes
  • Examining lessons learned from recent gaming enforcement actions to gain insights into factors that can cause penalties

Who Should Attend

  • Gaming Industry Compliance Officers
  • Bankers with Gaming Industry Clients
  • Legal/Audit Advisors to Gaming Organizations

Region/Industry

  • Global
  • Gaming
  • Banking
  • Legal

Pricing

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Moderator

  • Vasilios Chrisos

  • Principal | Financial Crimes Unit
  • PwC

Speakers

Peter Alvarado
  • Peter Alvarado

  • Casino Compliance Officer
  • San Manuel Indian Bingo & Casino

Paul-Camacho
  • Paul Camacho, CAMS

  • Vice President of AML Compliance
  • Red Rock Resorts