Casino Copenhagen reprimanded for anti money laundering policy failings Marese O'Hagan, iGaming Business · June 30, 2022 at 5:26 pm Danish gambling regulator Spillemyndigheden has reprimanded Casino Copenhagen for violating sections of the country’s Money Laundering Act. The regulator specified a number of failings – including a lack of risk assessments and defects in company policy. The first reprimand dealt with violations of section 7, subsection 1 of the Act. The regulator found that Casino Copenhagen had made an “incomplete” assessment of their potential risks as a business, meaning that certain elements – including payment methods and customer types – were not adequately risk assessed. Failings B and C dealt with a lack of written business procedures. Casino Copenhagen did not have full descriptions of how business-related tasks should be carried out.