On September 5, 2018, Regeringskansliet, the Swedish Government Offices, published a proposal for the implementation into Swedish national law of the 5th Anti-Money Laundering Directive (Directive ...
Sweden’s gambling market is set to open to private operators for the first time as the government has launched a brand new legal framework for gambling. This guide sets out the relevant laws and...
GamblingCompliance estimates that addressable regulated Swedish online gross gaming revenue will surpass €1bn by 2020, based on more than 90 percent of an underappreciated offshore market being...
Revenue from Sweden’s grey online gambling market surpassed €500m in 2017, ahead of the much-anticipated launch of an open licensing system as part of reforms due to enter into force at the start...
On February 25, 2016, following the publication of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the Swedish government formed an experts group assigned with the task of evaluating the impact...
On February 23, 2017 the Ministry of Finance introduced additional measures to strengthen the Swedish financial system's resilience and to prevent criminals gaining profits from criminal activity...
Following on from our popular European Online Gambling Outlook 2017, we have prepared a half-year update looking at upcoming developments and trends in 14 European markets where online gambling...
The Ministry of Finance has submitted the final report of the measures which need to be taken to improve the efficiency of the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing in the country....
The following timeline tracks the technical regulations for gambling which have been notified to the European Commission in 2015.  
GamblingCompliance publishes a summary of gambling-related draft legislation which was notified to the European Commission, was under review or its standstill period ended at the commission in 2014.

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