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SG:certified and Crucial Compliance launch anti-money laundering programme

Updated:2024-03-30 09:17    Views:169

SG:certified and Crucial Compliance, two companies specialising in gambling industry regulatory matters, have collaborated on a new anti-money laundering (AML) programme.

The programme curates the latest research from international sources on how to improve AML detection and prevention across global jurisdictions.

Training modules include topics such as AML education and how to execute it within companies, with additional workshops available.

Vanessa Simpson, SG:certified Communications Director, said: “At SG:certified, we are passionate about working collaboratively with others to make the gambling industry a safer and more sustainable place.

“Crucial Compliance is a company with a similar mission, so it was an ideal fit for us to partner with to create a training and assessment programme.”

AML compliance is vital for licence conditions and codes of practice (LCCP),slots especially when companies operate across multiple countries and legal jurisdictions.

Due to the nature of the gambling industry, with large amounts of financial transactions and player accounts, there is a particular risk when it comes to compliance issues such as AML.

Sonia Wasowska, Crucial Compliance Regulatory Compliance Consultant, said: “It’s exciting to work with SG:certified to develop an assessment and training programme that is fit for purpose and truly designed to meet the ever-changing needs of the industry.”

“Our teams are unified in our desire to foster a community of like-minded compliance and ESG professionals who rely on research and data to improve the delivery and execution of compliance, AML and safer gambling programmes worldwide.”

Elsewhere on the site, SG:certified has also released 14 lessons created by Maris Catania on safer gambling.

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