Thursday February 20, 2020

Labrokes warns ID laws will damage industry

New European rules could force to produce identification card and log bet with nationwide system

27th November, 2016

The head of Ladbrokes Ireland has hit back against European anti-money laundering rules which she claims would seriously damage the industry.

Under the new European rules, punters may be forced to produce an identification card and log their bet with a nationwide system. As reported in The Sunday Business Post earlier this month, the government is carrying out a risk assessment, and will be required in the future to introduce the European directive into national...

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