Spillemyndigheden to accept input on AML indicators

Spillemyndigheden to accept input on AML indicators

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Spillemyndigheden to accept input on AML indicators

The Spillemyndigheden has recently announced that it will start accepting proposals for new AML and CTF indicators to fight against financial crimes in Denmark.

The indicators in question are utilized by the country’s Money Laundering Secretariat and the GoAML platform, the latter of which allows for the reporting of various financial crimes. This system uses various indicators to make the process of identifying and combating these illegal activities easier for the Danish authorities.

One of these indicators allows the reporting of money laundering activities taking place through gambling, however, the Spillemyndigheden mentioned in its announcement that various industry stakeholders have expressed their wishes for the implementation of several additional indicators relating to the gambling pastime. Thus, the authority has worked with the Secretariat to start accepting proposals on a few potential indicators.

The Spillemyndigheden stated that industry stakeholders can submit their proposals by the 5th of February, which the authority will then pass on to the Secretariat to be considered for implementation.

This announcement follows a few days after the regulatory authority published its latest monthly report covering the Danish gambling market’s performance in the month of November last year. Check out our coverage of the Spillemyndigheden’s report to learn more.

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