Five casino firms hit with UKGC action over social responsibility and AML breaches

Land-based operators to pay settlements totalling more than £1m following investigation

The Gambling Commission (UKGC) has hit five UK-licensed land-based casino operators with regulatory action totalling more than £1m for breaches in their respective AML and social responsibility standards. Sheffield-headquartered A&S Leisure Group, which operates the Napoleon Casino chain, was issued with a warning by the regulator and ordered to pay a fine of £377,340, while…

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