The Danish Financial Supervisory Authority announced its plan to carry out a cross-sector anti-money laundering inspection of transactions at Denmark’s two largest banks, Nordea and Danske Bank.
The Financial Action Task Force published a second enhanced follow-up report on Denmark, which re-rates the country’s technical compliance with three Recommendations to reflect the country’s efforts to strengthen its anti-money laundering and counterterrorist financing regime.
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The Danish Gambling Authority assessed that the Herning, Denmark-based online casino neglected to update its anti-money laundering and counterterrorist financing program to ensure that it includes identification, assessment and analysis of risk factors.
Danish gambling regulator Spillemyndigheden ordered the Ta’Xbiex, Malta-based gambling operator to fix its anti-money laundering procedures in order to comply with the requirements in sections 25(1) and 26(1) of the Danish Anti-Money Laundering Act.
|Compliant : 6||High : 0|
|Largely Compliant : 28||Substantial : 3|
|Partially Compliant : 6||Moderate : 6|
|Non-Compliant : 0||Low : 2|
Denmark's technical compliance was re-rated in a Nov. 14, 2019 follow-up report.
|Rank : 132/141|
|Score : 3.46/10|
|Rank : 1/180|
|Score : 87/100|
|Rank : 97/133|
|Score : 45/100|