July 19

UNLV's ICGR to host online seminar on casino audit process

United States
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The International Center for Gaming Regulation (ICGR) of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) will host a new online seminar next month to provide required education and training to understand the details and nuances of performing an audit of a casino.

Casino Audit: Revenue, Casino Floor, AML & KYC, to be held July 19, will cover from slot controls and slot machine performance for table games to cage and credit, the language, processes, and tax/financial implications of each of these areas of a casino, critical to creating a viable operation. Other topics will include Anti-Money Laundering & Know Your Customer. 

This seminar is designed for CPAs and Accounting firms that work specifically within the gaming industries and with casinos; and also new accountants, new tribal organizations, and other industry organizations that want to familiarize themselves with the terminology and practices of auditing casinos. It is the latest seminar in ICGR's Financial Track of executive education opportunities.

Education partners will include Rick Arpin, Las Vegas Office Managing Partner, KPMG; and Ada Tsai, Manager in the Los Angeles office of KPMG’s Financial Crimes & Analytics practice.

Online registration is available here.


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