NEWS & EVENTS
- April 2016
- Any suggestion that the Gaming Board for The Bahamas is not able to monitor player transactions or positioned to reasonably ensure that its Licensees comply with all applicable requirements relating to money laundering counter measures and FIU reporting is woefully misinformed.
- February 2016
- The Gaming Act, 2014 (Act 40 of 2014) at Section 45(4)(a), provides that the Minister may prescribe criteria to be considered when assessing applications for Gaming House Premises Licenses. Among the criteria specified are ones related to the proximity of Licensed Gaming House Premises to educational institutions, places of religious worship and residential areas.