Gaming and Casino Anti-Money Laundering Vulnerabilities
In FATF’s report “Vulnerabilities of Casinos and Gaming Sector”, it is noted that there is: “significant global casino activity that is cash intensive, competitive in its growth and vulnerable to criminal exploitation”. FATF also identified significant gaps in the global coverage of counter-terrorist financing (CTF) and AML gaming industry controls.
The high risks relating to casinos and gaming mean that robust due diligence checks on customers are vital to stop illicit funds from flowing through the industry. As a result, appropriate AML casino training, and AML gambling training, is imperative for compliance and non-compliance employees alike in these sectors.
AML for Gaming: Course Overview
The AML Foundations for Gaming course breaks a complex topic down into a bite-size learning path. It applies key anti-money laundering (AML) concepts to the context of the gaming industry, including know your customer (KYC), transaction monitoring (TM), and customer due diligence (CDD). You will also learn about your obligations to report suspicious activity, and what the suspicious activity reporting process entails.
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