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HM Treasury

We advise HM Treasury (opens in a new tab) on issues which effect the gambling industry. For example, the development of anti-money laundering (AML) policy.

We are also a member of the AML Supervisors Forum (AMLSF) which shares good practice and ensures consistency in the approach to AML supervision.

This is another way for us to share information with HM Treasury, other government bodies, law enforcement agencies and other AML supervisors.

We have a responsibility to make an annual report to HM Treasury on how we carry out our functions as an AML supervisory authority for the gambling industry.

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