Danish Gambling Authority Asks for Industry Feedback on AML System

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Spillemyndigheden, the Danish Gambling Authority, has asked stakeholders in the gaming industry for their feedback on an Anti-Money Laundering (AML) process. Operators can offer their opinions when using the cross-border international GoAML platform.

GoAML is an anti-money laundering system run by the United Nations (UNODC) and used to combat financial crimes, including AML and terrorist financing. The system has international recognition and is used by many countries worldwide.

The Money Laundering Secretariat is the government office responsible for preventing financial crimes in the country and is collaborating with the Danish Gambling Authority to oversee the gambling sector's interaction with GoAML.

Regulators Want Feedback to Improve AML Procedures

The Secretariat and the Spillemyndigheden are keen to hear from gaming operators on AML procedures and those related to the gambling industry.

When stakeholders in the gaming industry use the GoAML platform, they will have the opportunity to submit feedback and observations about the process and additional information that should be requested.

the gambling industry has expressed a desire for more relevant indicators, the Danish Gambling Authority has been in dialogue with the Money Laundering Secretariat. The Money Laundering Secretariat has indicated that they will accept proposals for more indicators relating to money laundering through gambling.

StatementDanish Gambling Authority

The Danish regulator has indicated it will run the feedback scheme until February 5th this year. The gaming regulation authority will then collate the feedback it has received and pass on gaming industry proposals to the Money Laundering Secretariat. The Secretariat will then assess these to amend information required by the GoAML platform.

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