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Crown Resorts heads toward contentious AGM

As the new week dawns, our attention remains focused on Crown Resorts, which holds its AGM after yet another week of devastating testimony at the NSW Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority (ILGA) probity inquiry.

AUSTRAC delivers notice to Crown Resorts on possible AML breaches

Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC) has delivered formal notice to Crown Resorts that it has identified potential non-compliance at the firm with its responsibilities in relation to anti-money laundering rules.
NSW taxpayers may foot bill for Crown probe results

Crown ceasing junket ops pending review

Crown Resorts said it’s suspending junket operations until June of next year while it reviews its compliance and governance operations. 

Genting Singapore could benefit from MBS investigation woes: Maybank

A note issued by Maybank at the end of last week predicted that US Department of Justice and Casino Regulatory Authority investigation of Marina...

Marina Bay Sands under AML investigation

Marina Bay Sands is under investigation by the US Department of Justice over concerns that anti-money laundering regulations may have been breached on behalf...

Covid-19 forces postponement of Crown/Melco inquiry

A public hearing into probity and licensing issues related to Crown Resorts and Melco Resorts & Entertainment has been postponed due to the Covid-19 outbreak, local media reports.

AMLC calls for review of POGO licensees and service providers

The Philippines Anti-Money Laundering Council (AMLC) has called for a review of all existing POGO licensees and service providers, amid an increasing threat to...

PAGCOR, AMLC sign agreement for cooperation

The Philippines gaming regulator has signed a deal with the country’s anti-money laundering watchdog to tighten their cooperation in the fight against money laundering,...

AUSTRAC to focus on gambling industry

Australia’s anti-money laundering regulator, AUSTRAC is set to sharpen its focus on the gambling industry this year, local media reports. Last year, AUSTRAC chief executive...

AMLC exec director to address ASEAN Gaming Summit 2020

The executive director of the Anti-Money Laundering Council in the Philippines, Atty. Mel Georgie B. Racela is the latest speaker to confirm their attendance...

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