RG24seven Virtual Training has created an Anti-Money Laundering (AML) virtual training course in conjunction with the American Gaming Association (AGA).
The training is based on the AGA’s Best Practices for AML Compliance, the formative guide on AML within the casino environment developed the country’s top compliance professionals. The course offers 16 chapters with interactive tests, providing insights into identifying suspicious activities, reporting requirements, and the procedures necessary to remain compliant with regulations.
Wendy Anderson, CEO of RG24seven Virtual Training, said: “Providing Anti-Money Laundering training is vital to ensure that casinos remain free from financial crimes and maintain the trust of their patrons. These proactive measures align with the industry’s broader goal of promoting responsible gaming and creating a secure and transparent environment for all.”
Alex Costello, Vice President of Government Relations at AGA, said: “This new resource further demonstrates our industry’s leadership on AML compliance and commitment to protecting the U.S. financial system from illicit activity. Coupling our best practices with expert trainers, the training distills key learnings and delivers education in an interactive format to deepen employee knowledge and support a culture of compliance.”
Anderson added: “The RG24seven Virtual Training platform allows us to deliver effective, engaging, and compliance-grade training program. When applied to Anti-Money Laundering, virtual training becomes a tool for successfully educating casino employees and gaming regulators. This collaboration with the AGA provides training that is not only informative but also immersive, at no cost to casino operators or their employees.”