January 25th, 2016 by Fire Casinos
Normandie Casino is fined $2.38 million for violating anti-money laundering laws
25 January 2016
The Normandie Club has pleaded guilty to the two charges of failing to maintain an effective anti-money laundering program and conspiring to avoid reporting to the government the large cash transactions of some of the casino’s “high-roller” gamblers.
The Normandie Club will pay a $1 million fine for the two above-mentioned offenses, and will also forfeit $1.38 million which it received in 2013 while failing to file currency transactions reports.
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