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Online Gambling Lawyer
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Volume: 17 Issue: 4
(April 2018)

q& fighting financial crime anti-money laundering (‘aml social responsibility two issues high agenda online gambling sector evidenced instance gb


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Q&A: Fighting financial crime

Anti-money laundering (‘AML’) and social responsibility are two issues high on the agenda in the online gambling sector, as evidenced for instance by the GB Gambling Commission’s letter to operators in January of this year warning them of investigations in relation to these issues. In light of this, Online Gambling Lawyer spoke to Ray Wilson, Director at AML Gaming Solutions (‘AMLGS’), which specialises in financial crime and social responsibility training, about the risks the company is seeing, the regulatory and enforcement environment, and what progress operators are making in this area.

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