For the Online & Land Based Gaming community
2 days x 3 hours per day 8th & 9th March
For far too long opportunities of intervention to protect your players and business have passed under the radar due to business silos.
In recent years the regulators globally have become more knowledgeable and demanding in respect of AML compliance, so flying below the radar became less of an option. To remain competitive as a business it is crucial for operators to commercial risks, customer satisfaction and strong enough compliance.
Since the Pandemic, online traffic skyrocketed, causing the AML risks to rise also. Moreover, the growing demand for crypto gaming and use of cryptocurrencies to pay at traditional gaming venues makes operators experiment in this relatively new field - a modern AML framework is the key for these opportunities.
To avoid prosecution and remain competitive, operators must be careful not to place too much reliance on automated solutions to be sure to equip their staff with the knowledge and processes needed to effectively combat money laundering.
The challenge our industry is now facing is how do you balance protecting your players, whilst remaining commercially successful? This course will take a deep dive into AML and its causes, whilst equipping you with the most relevant knowledge needed to create a robust AML strategy in a post Pandemic market.
Role function ideas for this course:
CFO, Finance Directors, Finance managers, Anti Money laundering Executives/managers/Directors, Fraud and security managers,General managers, Compliance professionals