In the Curaçao jurisdiction, international agreements regarding enforcement of international peace and security are implemented through the Sanctions National Ordinance (PB 2014, no. 55) and its bylaws, as included in this section. All natural and legal persons must comply with this legislation. Casinos are required to implement these bylaws in their Customer Due Diligence policies and procedures, in order to remain compliant with current anti-money laundering and terrorist financing legislation, provisions and guidelines. Casinos are responsible for updating their Customer Due Diligence policies and –procedures and their client base to reflect any amendments of this legislation, and are therefore required to independently check for such amendments on a regular basis through this and/or other sources.
- Although the legislation is in Dutch, it lists the UNSC Resolutions which are implemented. The English version of the UNSC Resolutions can be found through the accompanying link:http://www.un.org/en/sc/documents/resolutions
- As a service to the casinos, the GCB website provides links to information such as Curaçao legislation and the FATF- and CFATF notifications. Every effort is made to provide accurate and current information. However, due to updating cycles and resources, outdated information may occur. The GCB disclaims any responsibility or liability for errors, omissions, and delay in updating of any information or links, or for claims regarding the accuracy, currency and completeness of the information..