Danish Regulator charges Danske Licens Spil A/S for insufficient AML checks on a player
Danske Licens Spil A/S has faced two charges from Spillemyndigheden for not providing adequate anti-money laundering checks on a player's activities.
Denmark's gaming authority, Spillemyndigheden, has filed two charges against Danske Licens Spil A/S for inadequate anti-money laundering (AML) checks on a player.
The first charge is related to the operator's failure to conduct enhanced customer checks on the player's activities in a timely manner.
The second charge is for not notifying the Anti-Money Laundering Secretariat regarding two suspected money laundering cases.
However, no further action will be taken as the violations no longer exist.