ANTI MONEY LAUNDERING
The Gambling Anti-Money Laundering Group (GAMLG) was established in January 2016. Its' aim is to improve the gambling industry's ability to combat money laundering.
The remit of the group is to produce industry Codes, promulgate best practice, provide advice to the industry and liaise and negotiate with other key stakeholders.
Where appropriate, GAMLG will act as a conduit for industry views to be put forward to national and international authorities on any money laundering issues that are of relevance to it. At the discretion of its membership, it can also involve itself in other areas such as improved information-sharing arrangements between operators, including trends, emerging threats, and where possible, data.
GAMLG is chaired by Keith Bristow QPM, the first Director-General of the National Crime Agency. Its' work is coordinated by the Betting and Gaming Council.
For more information and member resources, please contact us.