EGBA Strengthens Anti-Money Laundering Efforts With New Pan-European Guidelines

New EGBA guidelines introduce a set of pan-European, self-regulatory standars to help Europe's online gambling operators comply with the latest EU and national anti-money laundering rules and contribute to Europe's fight against money laundering
The European Gaming and Betting Association (EGBA) has published the first ever pan-European, self-regulatory guidelines to strengthen the anti-money laundering (AML) efforts of Europe's online gambling operators and support the sector's contribution to the fight against money laundering. The publication of the guidelines continues EGBA's commitment to promote the highest level of industry responsability.

The guidelines include, amongst others, practical guidance on: 

- How to conduct customer and business risk assessments
- Custormer Due Diligence and improving cooperation during the process
- Suspicious Transaction Reporting requirements
- The relationship between AML and safer gambling
- Record-keeping requirements

"We're pleased to present the first ever pan-European industry standards on anti-money laundering for Europe's online gambling sector. We hope these guidelines will fill this gap and lay strong foundations for the sector to achieve the highest possible standards in AML compliance", said Dr Ekaterina Hartmann, Director of Legal and Regulatory Affairs, EGBA
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