The Casino Regulatory Authority (CRA) is a statutory board enabled by the Government in order to ensure the correct operation of casino operators in Singapore. The CRA also ensures that Singapore companies conducting gaming activities are compliant with the Casino Control Act which is the main regulatory framework enterprisers must comply with when setting up casinos in Singapore. Based on the Casino Control Act and with the approval of the Minister for Home Affairs, the Casino Regulatory Authority established a set of regulations comprising all the requirements operators registering casinos in Singapore must follow. Among these regulations are:
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The Casino Control Act provisions the Casino License and Fees Regulations of 2009 for Singapore companies applying for a casino license. In order to obtain the license, the operator must file an application with the Casino Regulatory Authority together with the following documents:
The fees to be paid for opening a casino in Singapore are:
Apart from the licensing requirements Singapore casino operators are also required to hire special personnel.
Among the special personnel a casino is required to hire are the individual managing the Singapore company who will also be authorized to make decisions with respect to the operations of the gambling facility. Individuals in charge with the movement of chips, exchange of money and counting the money or chips also have a special status. The Casino Control Act provides for 4 categories of special employees:
Special employees must be licensed by the Casino Regulatory Authority in Singapore and may not gamble within the casino they work for.
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