Ballard Spahr is very pleased to host on December 17, 2018 at noon in our Philadelphia office a CLE program for the gaming industry and associated counsel to participate in a panel discussion with speakers from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on the latest industry trends in BSA/AML compliance and examination.
Please join us in person to hear directly from the government about related gaming enforcement actions and lessons learned, and to discuss the ongoing importance of Suspicious Activity Reports, Currency Transaction Reports, and “Know Your Customer” due diligence. I will have the pleasure of moderating a select panel from IRS Criminal Investigation and the IRS Bank Secrecy Act group, including:
- Mark Young, Supervisory Special Agent, IRS – Criminal Investigation
- Marita Gehan, Special Agent, IRS – Criminal Investigation
- Angelo Horiates, III, Special Agent, IRS – Criminal Investigation
- David Witiak, Revenue Agent, IRS – Small Business/Self-Employed Division
We greatly appreciate the IRS taking the time to participate in this program. Direct communication between the government and representatives of the regulated industry always proves to be useful and important. We often have blogged on the many BSA/AML issues facing the gaming industry, including here, here and here.
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