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The prevention of money laundering and combating the financing of terrorism

Guidance for remote and non-remote casinos: fifth edition

  1. Contents
  2. List of Figures - Flowcharts
  3. Figure 12 - Defence under POCA or Terrorism Act

Figure 12 - Defence under POCA or Terrorism Act

Figure 12 Suspicious activity reporting requirements for remote casinos

  • 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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