The money laundering and terrorist financing risks within the British gambling industry
Our money laundering and terrorist financing risk assessment: 2020
16 - Gambling Software (Remote and Non-Remote)
|Sector||Previous overall risk rating||Current overall risk rating|
|Gambling Software (Remote and Non-Remote)||Low||Low|
The gambling software and gaming machine technical sectors have been assessed separately for this document as they are two separate gambling sectors.
Existing inherent risk rating
For further information relating to the inherent risks (including vulnerabilities, consequences and controls), see 2019 publication: Money laundering and terrorist financing risk assessment within the British gambling industry: 2019 (PDF).
|Vulnerability||Risk||Previous likelihood of event occurring||Previous impact of event occurring||Current likelihood of event occurring||Current impact of event occurring||Change in risk|
|Operator Control||Operators failing to comply with prevention of money laundering and terrorist financing legislation and guidance||Low||Low||Low||Low||No change|
|Operator Control||Inadequate/lack of due diligence checks on any third party providers (e.g., test houses)||N/A (no risk rating provided in previous risk assessment)||N/A (no risk rating provided in previous risk assessment)||Medium||Low||No change|
There are no emerging or additional inherent risks for this sector.Previous section
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Last updated: 27 May 2021
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