Tag Archives: Gambling Commission

I’ll tell you what I want, what I really, really want

Regular readers will know that when it comes to consultations, I am Pavlov’s respondent: tell me you want my opinion and I’m slavering to give it.  Indeed, so regular is my participation that I have a whole email folder entitled … Continue reading

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Curiosity might save the cat

One of the management buzz-phrases that seems to be staying the course is “tone from the top”.  In the world of AML, the tone from the top has in fact originated at the bottom: first we had MLROs beating the … Continue reading

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But would they report James Bond?

In recent months I have found myself working more and more frequently with the gambling sector – both e- and land-based casinos.  Therefore I have been tracking the activities and pronouncements of the Gambling Commission more closely than before.  And … Continue reading

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The casino duck

I am doing some work with a casino, and they have introduced me to a term I had not heard before – much-beloved of the UK’s Gambling Commission, it turns out – which is “criminal spend”.  It means “the use … Continue reading

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