Enrico Bradamante, Chairman of Malta’s association of iGaming companies, iGaming European Network (iGEN) has welcomed the news that Malta has passed its latest Moneyval test.
He said that with the official confirmation that Malta had passed the assessment, which had previously been speculated unofficially in local media, he would now be “eagerly awaiting the second step” of the overall assessment, which will be a FATF review to be published in June.
Mr Bradamante also acknowledged that Malta would continue to be subject to “enhanced” monitoring, but said that this would be a good thing, and it is consistent with what the Prime Minister has previously said.
Asked whether it was time to start rebuilding Malta’s reputation, he said it “certainly” is.
“The news helps people have more confidence in Malta as a country, and a system so yes its definitely positive, including for the iGaming industry, just like every other industry in Malta”, he said.
The report found Malta to be fully or largely compliant with all 40 recommendations, with a final assessment by the global Financial Action Task Force (FATF), expected later this year, now expected to be a positive one.
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