Swedish iGaming regulator issues updated anti-money laundering guidance

In Sweden and the Spelinspektionen regulator has announced the release of new guidance that has been designed to help locally-licensed iGaming operators more effective counter money laundering and terrorist financing.

The watchdog used an official press release to declare that the fresh advice was formulated following requests from iGaming firms offering their services to those in Scandinavia’s largest nation and is based upon ‘previous supervisory experiences’. The organization pronounced that the guidance also encompasses ‘things that are relevant to other licensees’ while providing an overview of firms’ obligations when it comes to ‘money laundering regulations’.

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The new advice (pdf) from the Spelinspekt…