• February 17, 2024

Netherlands to launch new fast-track reporting system to combat match-fixing

In the Netherlands and a prominent government minister has reportedly announced that his nation intends to premiere a fast-track reporting system so as to help combat suspected instances of match-fixing.

According to a report from iGamingBusiness.com, Sander Dekker serves as the Minister for Legal Protection and he explained that the move should help to allay fears that the country’s new Money Laundering Act will have the unintended consequence of making it harder for sporting bodies to crack down on match-fixing. This legislation is purportedly set to come into force later in the year and obliges all instances of suspected money laundering to be reported to the nation’s Financial Intelligence Unit without being shared further with non-governmental bodies.


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