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Presentation on German AML Act at Gambling Symposium

Dr. Michael Stulz-Herrnstadt and Christoph Engelmann will give a presentation on the new German Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Act at the 15th University of Hohenheim Gambling Symposium on 22 March 2018. Christoph Engelmann will speak about new regulatory AML requirements for online gambling operators. Dr. Michael Stulz-Herrnstadt will cover potential legal consequences due to the new provisions on administrative fine proceedings gambling providers face in the case of non-compliance.

Following their presentations, Dr. Michael Stulz-Herrnstadt and Christoph Engelmann will discuss the new legal framework with Johannes Güldner, doctoral researcher at the chair of public law, especially administrative law, Ruhr-University Bochum and Prof. Dr. Ihno Gebhardt, professor at the university of applied sciences for the police in Brandenburg.

The University of Hohenheim Gambling Symposium is one of the best-known German gambling events. During the course of the two-days symposium, speakers and panellists from the scientific community, authorities and consulting industry will take up current topics, scientific insights and the latest legislative and regulatory developments.