Detailed guidance

This list of indicators will help you identify potential money laundering, terrorism financing and other serious and organised criminal activity involving electronic gaming machine venues.

This list may be used as part of you AML/CTF risk awareness training for venue staff to help them identify signs of suspicious activity.

Video

A video to help you recognise some of the signs that could indicate money laundering is occurring at your venue.

Posters and fact sheets

Download the brochure and posters outlining AML/CTF tips to help protect your business, plus top myths and facts about money laundering and terrorism financing in pubs and clubs.

These resources can be printed and shared with venue staff to help them understand their responsibilities around gaming machines, identify the signs of financial crime and protect your business. Note: AUSTRAC designed these materials for use with your staff only.

Download and print:

Regulatory guide

This guide has been developed for pubs and clubs who are licensed to operate electronic gaming machines (EGMs), to gain a thorough understanding of your AML/CTF obligations.

Detailed guidance

ABPF explanatory guide

The ABPF explanatory guide 2021 gives you step-by-step instructions on the information you need to fill in the AUSTRAC Business Profile Form.

ABPF explanatory guide (Word, 2.1MB) 

Quick guide

An overview of effective ongoing customer due diligence, including transaction monitoring and enhanced customer due diligence, based on key learnings from our regulatory activity.

Quick guide

An overview of effective money laundering/terrorism financing (ML/TF) risk assessments, based on key learnings from our regulatory activity.

Video

A video showcasing how Suspicious matter reports (SMRs) are a crucial source of intelligence for AUSTRAC.

Posters and fact sheets

Find answers to frequently asked questions about submitting SMRs in this guide.

Posters and fact sheets

The SMRs you submit are the ‘eyes and ears on the ground’ for AUSTRAC, law enforcement and other regulatory agencies. This guide contains tips on how to make effective suspicious matter reports to AUSTRAC.