In “The Senate Starts to Look at Trump’s Businesses” (The New Yorker, 12 May 2017), Tom Bock was called upon as an anti-money laundering expert to provide in-depth background on money laundering in the casino industry.

According to Tom, though money laundering has historically been a significant issue in casinos around the world, “more aggressive anti-money-laundering investigations have led many casino companies to do a better job at complying with the law. That means continuously monitoring activity and reporting any suspicious transactions to the government.”

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