Money-laundering and other conduct concerns among casinos have reignited a global focus on compliance, risk culture and anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing (AML/CTF) in the gaming industry.
Several jurisdictions have amped up their enforcement efforts in this regard, some going so far as to treat money laundering in casinos as a threat to financial stability more generally. The Australian Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC), for instance, recently filed a lawsuit against Crown Resorts for failure to fulfill its anti-money laundering obligations, leaving Australia's financial system “vulnerable to criminal exploitation.”
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