UK gambling laws could prove a money-laundering weak spot

LONDON -- Gambling casinos could become a weak spot in the UK’s fight against money laundering, unless the government puts more stringent controls in place, professional services firm KPMG said in April.

The UK government’s recent agreement to a wide-ranging deregulation of casinos as part of its reform of the gambling laws may therefore "represent another headache for the law enforcement community", said KPMG Forensic, which advises clients on managing fraud risk and related issues.

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