The Gambling Commission website uses cookies to make the site work better for you. Some of these cookies are essential to how the site functions and others are optional. Optional cookies help us remember your settings, measure your use of the site and personalise how we communicate with you. Any data collected is anonymised and we do not set optional cookies unless you consent.

Set cookie preferences

You've accepted all cookies. You can change your cookie settings at any time.

Skip to main content

Keeping you informed

We provide guidance and advice to help operators ensure they are complaint with relevant regulatory codes and legislation.

We also provide an assessment of the money laundering and terrorist financing risks in the British gambling industry, which is updated regularly and is intended to assist operators in the preparation of money laundering and terrorist risk assessments for their businesses.


Our formal guidance, The prevention of money laundering and combating the financing of terrorism: Guidance for remote and non-remote casinos, is designed to help you understand what is expected, particularly in relation to taking a risk-based approach.

Adherence to our guidance is an ordinary code provision in the Licence conditions and codes of practice.

Failure to comply may have an impact on your suitability to hold a licence.

Industry forums

We have set up forums for both the remote and non-remote casino industries.

These forums:

  • identify and disseminate best practice
  • ensure effective communication between the industry and the Commission
  • support policy development in the field of anti-money laundering and counter terrorist financing. The forums usually meet twice a year.
Previous page
Our approach to preventing money laundering
Next page
How we monitor and assess money laundering controls
Is this page useful?
Back to top