Quick Guide 28: Money laundering through the gambling industry
This quick guide sets out how criminals abuse the gambling industry to launder illicit funds. It includes numerous recent case studies to illustrate different ways of laundering money in casinos, online gambling websites, bars and clubs, as well as physical and online sports betting services.
The guide also looks at what gambling businesses and public authorities can do to better prevent and detect money laundering in this industry.
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