1-Day Intensive Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Bootcamp


Mar. 21, 2017, 8am to 5pm

Office/Remote Location

Second Floor, Room #220


An understanding of anti-money laundering regulation and how to implement effective compliance-focused protocols is essential for every professional charged with managing gaming operations. To that end, the International Center for Gaming Regulation is pleased to offer a 1-Day Intensive AML Bootcamp for gaming industry professionals.

Using a “case-based” approach with learning that can be easily transferred from the classroom to the office, our 1-day intensive empowers casino management, compliance personnel, risk management, HR or finance directors, surveillance/security team members and gaming industry advisors with tactical knowledge of how to establish effective AML procedures. The program also provides gaming operators with a foundational understanding of why AML regulation is essential to the success of their businesses.

Program Curriculum
Introduction and Overview of the BSA and its Regulations
Understanding the enactment timeline and purposes, as well as the current regulatory framework. Case study analysis of recent FinCEN assessments.

Tracking & Reporting Transactions
An overview of cash tracking, recording, and reporting standards, including markers, front money, safekeeping, and CTRs.

Suspicious Activity
An examination of effective internal reports and procedures, an understanding of chip walking/bill stuffing, and an assessment of hosts and gaming employees. Case study of real-world suspicious activities.

Compliance Program Essentials
An investigation of the pillars of an effective compliance program, including the BSA Officer, internal controls, independent testing, training, risk assessment, and KYC/customer due diligence.


$350. Includes light continental breakfast, UNLV parking pass, lunch and all program instruction/materials.

Admission Information

There are no restrictions on enrollment. This course is open to anyone. The content has been designed to be particularly helpful to casino gaming operators and gaming industry professionals. The program is also suitable for policy makers, legislators or industry observer who desire greater familiarity with anti-money laundering tactics utilized in the gaming industry.

Contact Information

International Center for Gaming Regulation
Robert Horgan

Event Sponsor

The International Center for Gaming Regulation is one of several research centers within the International Gaming Institute, on the campus of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. The Center's mission is to promote research and learning in the areas of gaming regulation in jurisdictions around the world.