Jersey Gambling Commission: Annual Report and Accounts 2017.
In putting together the annual report, the Gambling Commission conducted a survey that yielded some interesting gambling prevalence statistics. For example, they found that nearly half of respondents have gambled in some form or another within the last month.
Annual Report of the Gambling Commission To: Her Majesty’s Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport and Her Majesty’s Secretary of State for Scotland and First Minister of Scotland In pursuance of paragraph 16 (1) of Schedule 4 to the Gambling Act 2005 I have the honour to present the second report of the Gambling Commission, covering.
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The report provides data on gross gambling revenues (GGR), which is the amount wagered minus the amount returned to players as winnings; and gambling taxes and levies, which is the amount levied and collected by provincial licensing authorities from legal gambling.
It is my pleasure to present this, the sixth Annual Report of the Jersey Gambling Commission and my first in the capacity of Chairman of the Commission. With the retirement of the first Board and the appointment of new Commissioners during 2015 and 2016, the Commission continues its process of mature development.
The Gambling Commission found systemic historical failings in the way Betway identified and interacted with customers who were at risk of money laundering and problem gambling. These failings stemmed from inadequate anti-money laundering and social responsibility policies and processes and senior management oversight.
The LGCA's predecessor organization, the Liquor and Gaming Authority of Manitoba was formed on April 1, 2014, as the single provincial regulator for liquor and gaming. The Liquor and Gaming Authority of Manitoba combined the services previously provided by the Manitoba Gaming Control Commission and the Manitoba Liquor Control Commission's regulatory services division.