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Amid Renewed Concern, US Domestic Terrorist Finances Remain Elusive

A Proud Boys member carries a flag in Richmond, Virginia, on Monday, Jan. 18, 2021. Banks are ill-equipped to distinguish finances tied to violent extremism from those of protected free speech, sources told ACAMS (Getty Images)


Legs & Regs


Enforcement Actions

The U.K. Gambling Commission compliance assessments of three William Hill Group entities uncovered social responsibility and anti-money laundering failures, and the three gambling businesses have now agreed to pay £19,249,850 towards socially responsible purposes in lieu of a fine.
The Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit of Malta issued an administrative penalty of €128,796 against the Gżira, Malta-based remote gaming operator for failure meet obligations under the Prevention of Money Laundering and Funding of Terrorism Regulations.