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Guidance

Duties and responsibilities under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002

This advice explains how operators can make sure they and their employees comply with their obligations under The Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (POCA).

  1. Contents
  2. List of Figures - Flowcharts
  3. Figure 3 - Suspicious activity reporting requirements for remote operators

Figure 3 - Suspicious activity reporting requirements for remote operators

Flow chart of Suspicious activity reporting requirements for remote operators.

Flow chart of Suspicious activity reporting requirements for remote operators.

*In the case of operators where the remote gambling equipment used in a transaction which is known or suspected to involve money laundering is located in Gibraltar and involves a British customer, known or suspected money laundering activity must be reported to the Gibraltar FIU and the UKFIU.

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