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How to report money laundering

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The UK Financial Intelligence Unit (within the National Crime Agency) has published a number of useful guides, which are available on the NCA’s website. These guides cover areas such as how to report suspicious activity and appropriate consent. 

We have issued advice on reporting suspicious activity, particularly where the licensed operator is based in a foreign country, following the implementation of the Gambling (Licensing and Advertising) Act 2014.

It helps remote operators to decide to which Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) money laundering activity should be reported, and when they should seek appropriate consent.

Anti-money laundering: Suspicious activity reporting requirements for remote operators

Advice on suspicious activity reporting requirements

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