Caesars Entertainment Corporation is in talks with the Financial Crimes Network of the US Department of the Treasury (FinCen) about the allegations. Commentators say the discussions could end with a fine of between 12 and 20 million dollars for the casino’s owners.
The discussions were revealed in the company’s quarterly filing to the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
A meeting between the casino and government authorities is scheduled for June. The allegations of money laundering first surfaced in October 2013.