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Financial Crime & Compliance In Gaming

 

Tightening Regulations, increasing public scrutiny & increasing fraud threats make a focus on financial crime & compliance more important than ever for the gaming sector.

This page contains various resources on financial crime and compliance in the gaming sector

 

Videos

Customer On-Boarding in Gaming

In this video, Gaming Sector Veterans / Identity & Compliance experts Mark Courtney and Peter Murray  discuss various issues regarding customer on-boarding in gaming.

 

Talking points include: 

➣ Growing Regulation

➣ The “Next Level” of KYC

➣ Responsible Gambling

➣ The Need for Operational Agility

➣ Player Protection & Behavioural Monitoring

➣ Can the Government do more to help?

➣ The U.S. Market Entry

 

 

Lessons in Compliance from Banking & Financial Services

In this video, shot at the end of the second day at ICE 2019, TruNarrative Gaming Lead Edward Vaughan tells Gaming Sector Veteran Peter Murray about the various lessons in compliance & financial crime he learned during his many years working in financial services, that are more applicable than ever to the challenges facing the gaming sector.

 
GamStop & Self Exclusion

In this blog, we discuss the UK GamStop Project, and highlight the key to any successful self-exclusion scheme…

GAMSTOP & Self Exclusion WTF (What’s The Fuss)

Growing Regulatory Pressures

In this article, TruNarrative’s Head of Product and Gaming Sector veteran Mark Courtney discusses regulatory change in the Gaming Sector, and asks the question: are your systems agile enough to cope with coming regulatory change?

 

Don’t Gamble With Your Regulatory Responsibilities

 

Regulatory Overhaul. KYC. The US market entrance.

The C word…

We discuss these topics and more in this roundup of SIGMA 2018.

It’s Ok To Use The C Word… SIGMA18

 

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