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The Economic Crime Levy

Gambling Commission's guidance on the Economic Crime Levy and how licensed casino operators can prepare for it.

  1. Contents
  2. How the Economic Crime Levy fee is calculated
  3. Financial statements and non-United Kingdom (UK) revenue

Financial statements and non-United Kingdom (UK) revenue

We require information on UK revenue only and so would not be able to accept any information showing non-UK revenue.

If your published financial statements do not explicitly show the required information, you will need to provide the UK revenue figure for the relevant period, which will need to be signed off by the Finance Director, Chief Financial Officer or Chief Executive Officer of the business.

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