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New Swiss money laundering law to increase scrutiny of sports chiefs, politicians

A bill passed by Swiss lawmakers to strengthen money laundering laws will also subject public figures in the country, such as the leaders of Swiss-based international sports bodies, to increased financial scrutiny. 16 Dec 2014

Revised financial controls in the Championship and likely rights value increase will drive wave of new investment, says expert

The changes made to the financial regulations that apply in the second-tier of English football should lead clubs operating in that division to become more attractive to new investors, an expert has said. 07 Nov 2014

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Regulator's approach risks future of British sport sponsorship deals with offshore gambling providers, say experts

New guidance issued by the Gambling Commission could make it impractical for football clubs and other sports teams in England or Scotland to agree shirt sponsorship deals with many offshore gambling providers, an expert has said 04 Nov 2014

New rules on remote gambling set to come into force

Organisations which provide or advertise remote gambling facilities in Great Britain must now be licensed by the Gambling Commission regardless of where those organisations are based in the world, under new rules that come into force tomorrow. 31 Oct 2014

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