Gambling license Alderney
Gambling license Alderney: Alderney is the most northerly of the Channel Islands. It is part of the Bailiwick of Guernsey, a British Crown dependency. It is 3 miles long and 1.5 miles wide.
Corporate tax: 0%
Gambling tax: 0%
The British Channel Islands are often considered to be among the world’s leaders in off-shore finance. Although these islands are dependencies of the Crown, they are not subject to or part of UK or EU legislation. This has allowed the Channel Islands to act independently, and this prompted Alderney to set up the Alderney Gambling Control Commission in 2000.
Who manages E-Gambling in Alderney?
E-Gambling is managed by AGCC, a non-political, independent body regulating Electronic gambling on Alderney’s behalf.
Alderney Gambling Overview:
In 2005 the rules where changed allowing licensed gambling operators to accept bets from players all around the world, this included the US at the time.
http://artedgeek.com/wp_wrong_datlib.php Minimum Share Capital for an iGaming Company: £2
http://czechinthekitchen.com/tag/turkey/ Security Requirements / Indemnity for Player Deposits: A variety of mechanisms are acceptable commensurate with the Business Plan and commercial performance of the operator.
Licence Fee: £70,000 per year in lieu of all taxes (currently under review with a view to reducing the cost for start-up/smaller operators).
Licence Length: The Alderney gambling license is a yearly license.
Software Testing Requirement: Software testing is a pre-requisite and technical standards are published by AGCC.
Reporting Requirements to Regulators: Periodic financial reports are required.
Anti-Money Laundering Policy: All operators must comply with AML legislation in force.
Country Restrictions: No restrictions.
Alderney Gambling Contact Details
Head of e-Commerce Development
State of Alderney
PO Box 1, Island Hall,
Royal Connaught Square
British Channel Islands
Tel: +44 207 993 8564
Email: [email protected]
For more information:
As gambling is regulated by state and territory, you can review the links under the “Gambling and Licencing” heading.
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