US Operators with casinos in Macau could face more scrutiny on money laundering following a report from a congressional advisory panel which says U.S. regulators should tighten up scrutiny of casino companies operating in Macau because of the risk of money laundering.

The panel Commissioner Michael Wessel said there should be stricter scrutiny of Nevada-based companies that operate in Macau.
He said regulators need to “go deeper.”

Wessel is a member of the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, which was established in 2009 to examine implications of the trade and economic relationship between the two countries and then to make recommendations to the U.S. Congress.



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