Casino Anti Money Laundering

Is your casino operating in the European Union or in one of the OECD Country?

Most of OECD Countries, including EU, USA, Canada, and Australia have adopted Anti Money Laundering Law.

European Union IV Directive EU 2015/849 about the prevention of the use of the financial system for the purposes of money laundering introduced an incumbent compliance requirement and very soon all National Governments of EU Countries will adopt a National Law to enforce European Union Directive and therefore all casinos must be compliant to AML Law.

Having a robust AML strategy and procedure and/or better installing a technological integrated system to detect and prevent Money Laundering illegal activities, methods and techniques will soon become critical for all Gambling Services Providers, including Casinos. Failure to comply could leave your business exposed to significant financial and administrative sanctions.

GTI Gaming is therefore pleased and proud to announce and inform all casinos owners and executives that GTI designed, implemented and developed specific AML functions and features of its Casino CIMS System, in order to be fully equipped to ensure that all reasonable steps are taken to prevent, detect and report suspicious activity relating to money laundering, terrorist financing, and other financial crimes and to comply with the upcoming IV EU AML Directive, over all the other well known functions and features offered by GTI system.

Casino CIMS System 2.0 – AML compliance menu: features and functions

Player identification
Player casino chips transaction tracking and reporting
Player suspicious transaction alert and reporting

If you wish to know more about please contact us.