This intensive seminar provides information and knowledge on government actions and interventions linked to the casino and gambling sector and the associated recommendations and learning points.
This course is ideal for professionals in highly regulated industries, including casino management, compliance personnel, risk management, HR or finance directors, surveillance/security team members and gaming industry advisors.
Attendees will leave with strategic awareness and knowledge of how regulation and enforcement are changing globally. The program also provides gaming operators with a foundational understanding of why AML regulation is essential to the success of their businesses.
This seminar is part of the ICGR's Financial executive education track.
Program Curriculum Includes:
- Global financial crime risks linked to the casino sector
- An overview of Government Inquiries abroad
- Emerging Trends in regulation and enforcement
- The rise in online casinos and illegal gambling
- Global Case studies
Additional topics include:
- US Case studies linked to underground banks
- Global organised crime linkages
Amanda Gore is a forensic accountant with over 20 years experience supporting financial investigations and working with enforcement and regulatory agencies. She currently runs the Centre for Global Advancement (C4GA) advising governments, NGOs and the private sector on how they can combat financial crime with a special interest in environmental crime, the gaming sector and underground money movements. Her on-the-ground work experience spans multiple regions including the Caribbean, the US, Europe, Africa and Asia primarily focusing on trends in money laundering, corruption and tax fraud.