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Corporate Governance Framework

Our corporate governance framework sets out the necessary responsibilities and procedures that guarantee we operate properly.


1. The Gambling Commission (the Commission) requires all employees to act honestly and with integrity at all times, and to safeguard the resources for which he/she is responsible. The Commission is committed to ensuring that opportunities for fraud and corruption are reduced to the lowest possible level of risk and will not accept any level of fraud, corruption, or other criminal activity. Consequently, any suspected irregularity will be thoroughly investigated and dealt with appropriately.

2. The Commission’s policy is to report all suspected fraud and corruption to the police. The Commission will follow police advice and support police investigations where the police choose to be involved. If the police do not choose to pursue a case, the Commission will take appropriate action on its own account in line with its response plan in Annex A.

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