Five British casino operators fined for money laundering

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The British regulator has fined five casino operators totaling £1.34 million for violating social responsibility and anti-money laundering protocols. According to the report, all five companies did not conduct effective risk assessments as required by the regulator’s code. A&S Leisure Group Limited, operator of the British casino chain Napoleons Casino, was fined £377,340. Shaftesbury Casino Limited, which owns the small Shaftesbury Casino in the suburbs of Birmingham, has agreed to a £260,000 regulatory settlement. Clockfair Limited, the operator of the Broadway Casino, agreed to a similar fine. The owner of Les Croupiers casino in the Welsh city of Cardiff has been fined £202,500. Finally, Double Diamond Gaming Limited was fined £247,000. Recall that earlier the UK Gambling Commission fined online casino Casumo for 6 million pounds.

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