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You can use your credit card IF you want to get a "cash advance" from the machine in the casino, but that gets REAL expensive. Bring your ATM card or traveller's.


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There are three reasons why casinos are vulnerable to money laundering. Safe deposit box facilities can also be abused by money launderers because they can be used by third parties who are money launderers. Second, the employees must be adequately trained to implement these policies, procedures and controls. They have no financial value outside the casino. The funds used to purchase the jackpot winnings were suspected to be from illegal activities. Part two will examine the laws and regulations governing casinos in Singapore. What a money launderer is mainly interested in visiting a casino for is the casino cheque. A money launderer can use credit cards to launder his money in several ways. First, casinos operate like financial institutions. In a Credit Account, a casino may unknowingly grant credit to a patron to gamble. In China, a junket promoter assisted its client in China to smuggle a large quantity of cash into Macau through professional cash movers to gamble. In some jurisdictions, a junket promoter may enter into a contractual arrangement with a casino where certain VIP rooms in a casino are rented exclusively to the junket promoter, giving up full control over these rooms. To avoid this, a money launderer can go to gaming machines or slot machines that accept currency notes and feed large amounts of small denomination bills into these machines to accumulate credits. Junket participants generally rely on the junket operator to move their funds to and from the casino. This becomes more challenging in a cross-border situation in relation to a foreign holding account where a patron has an account with a casino in one jurisdiction and uses the funds to gamble in another jurisdiction where the casino has a branch. A money launderer will attempt to reduce a large sum of cash into smaller amounts below the CTR threshold to avoid a CTR hence to avoid arousing the suspicion of the casino. This money launderer was suspected to be a human trafficker. Money launderers are attracted to casinos because they prefer to use cash — which is anonymous. The casino cheque also helps to hide his original source of funds. On the other hand, there are money launderers who will also go through equally great lengths to deliberately trigger a CTR to provide an alibi to hide the true source of their illegal funds. Hence, it is a mandatory requirement under reg 18 , Casino AML Regulations that a casino must ensure that its employees are regularly trained on the AML laws in Singapore, the prevailing techniques, methods and trends in money laundering and its internal policies, procedures and controls. This includes wire transfer of funds and cheque encashment for the casino patrons without gaming. The real test lies in the implementation of these polices, procedures and control. These transactions cannot be tracked. This creates layers of obscurity around the source and ownership of money and the identities of the players. A patron can defeat the purpose of this CDD exercise by providing false identity cards or passports. Second, casinos are cash-intensive businesses. Alternatively, he may use a legitimate credit card to further launder his money in a casino. This is made more difficult if the junket operator is complicit in any money laundering activity by the players, or is solicited by criminals to blend illicit funds with the pool of legitimate funds. At the end of his gambling, his gain in cash was given to the junket promoter who remitted it back to China via underground banks. Instead of using cash, which is easier to detect, a money launderer may prefer to use credit cards to further launder his money in a casino. This is not practical if the amount to be laundered is large. Some jurisdictions allowed casino patrons to purchase chips with credit cards. The objective here is to place illicit cash into a non-cash economy. For instance, a drug trafficker having sold his drugs on the streets, typically ends up with a large quantity of cash in small denomination notes. Alternatively, he can buy a winning from a genuine player and pay him a premium to justify that sum as his winning. Having well-drafted AML policies, procedures and control guide books will not, by themselves, combat money laundering in a casino. A junket promoter may go through great lengths to assist its clients to move funds to and from a casino to gamble, including the use of illegal means. The objective here is to place the laundered funds within the economy as legitimate business funds.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Much of the casino transactions are cash based. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}This is a two-part article. After minimal gambling or no gambling at all , he redeems his CVIs for a casino cheque. In Singapore, all licensed junket promoters undergo vigorous probity tests before they are issued the licence under the Junket Regulations. Very little casino gaming play was recorded. If the amount is large, a ticket is provided by the slot machine attendants to exchange for a casino cheque. One way is through credit card fraud where a money launderer uses a stolen credit card to purchase chips to gamble in a casino. First, all casinos must have clear and robust AML policies, procedures and controls in place. For larger sums, the patron may request the casino to wire transfer the amounts to another account in another country eg, another branch of the same casino. Hence, there is a lot of cash moving in and out of a casino everyday, 24 hours a day. Third, is the role a junket promoter plays in a casino. From the above discussion, it is clear that casinos are vulnerable to money laundering. This should include customer due diligence, record-keeping, detection and reporting of suspicious transactions, auditing of internal policies, procedures and controls, compliance management arrangement and the hiring and training of employees. Casinos offer foreign currency exchange services because a large number of their patrons are foreigners and casinos can only accept local currencies to play. They attempted to redeem all the chips in Euros. A Japanese loan shark converted his loan-sharking proceeds from Japanese Yen to US Dollars and deposited part of these proceeds in a safe deposit facility of a major Japanese bank in Tokyo. How then can a casino control the risk of money laundering? The drug trafficker justified that his source of funds was from casino winnings. However, the casino suspected their intention, stopped the transaction and lodged a STR. Casinos are expected to perform CDD on certain patrons under certain circumstances. Besides organising all aspects of the tour of a casino, a junket promoter also provides fund-transfer services to its clients. In Australia, a group of overseas nationals were found buying winning jackpots from patrons at various gambling clubs in Sydney. In a Credit Account, a casino can give credit to a patron to buy chips. The use of foreign holding accounts where funds in one jurisdiction are available for use in a casino in another jurisdiction without the need for a cross-border remittance presents further issues. In consideration of their services, the casino pays them commissions based on the amount the junket players gamble. The casino cheques were used to justify the origin of his funds. This money laundering activity is completed when the money launderer redeems the chips in Singapore dollars. In Singapore, a casino is not allowed to sub-let any part of the casino or to cede control over any VIP rooms called High Limit Gaming Area to a junket promoter or any third party. The objective here is to break the linkage between the criminal and the proceeds of crime thus making detection difficult. This cross-border transaction will make it harder for the illegal proceeds to be traced. He can use his funds in his Macau account to gamble in the Singapore branch in Casino A. The casino was suspicious of these two transactions and it lodged a STR. A vulnerability of junket programmes is that they involve the movement of large amounts of money across borders and through multiple casinos by third parties. This is one of the red flags to look out for in detecting money laundering in a casino. A money launderer gambles in a casino with the hope of generating sufficient winnings to camouflage the amount of illegal proceeds he has. For instance, a money launderer has an account in Macau with Casino A. At the end of the play, the patron cashes out or redeems the amount of chips he has with the casino for either cash or typically, a casino cheque. It was paid in cash and credit card. Similarly, this is what the banks will be looking at before establishing and in maintaining the relationship with a casino. These students did not play at the casino. Each of the casino accounts and facilities is vulnerable to money laundering. Part one examines how and why casinos are vulnerable to money laundering from a Singapore perspective. Casinos are generally large cash based businesses. However, he can still be caught under the multiple transactions rule under reg 3 , Casino AML Regulations, where a casino is required to aggregate all the cash transactions conducted by a patron within each gambling day ie, 24 hours.