Regulatory Guide to AML Compliance

Jumio and Fintrail Explore Key Trends, Technology and Threats for Online Gambling Operators

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Online gaming is a regulated sector for anti-money laundering (AML) and counter-terrorist financing (CTF) in most jurisdictions, and providers have responsibilities in line with banks and other financial institutions. As an iGaming/gambling operator, your obligations include Know Your Customer (KYC) checks, compliance with financial sanctions, reporting suspicious activity, and an increasing focus on non-AML risk factors such as age restrictions and problem gambling.

This guide from Jumio and Fintrail is designed to help compliance teams understand their regulatory obligations and how to maximize their resources, focusing on critical threats and opportunities. Through examining global patterns while honing in on key markets in the UK, U.S. and the EU, this guide explores current and future trends to help online gaming operators fortify their operations and remain compliant.

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What you'll learn:

    • Current threat landscape for money laundering, fraud and scams
    • Increasing importance of suitability checks
    • Use of technology for AML compliance
    • Key jurisdictions: A deep dive into the UK, U.S. and EU
    • Important takeaways for iGaming and online gambling operators