The Alderney Gambling Control Commission says it will hold a review following the Full Tilt Poker scandal.
The commission ruled last month the online gambling firm misled authorities over finances and revoked its licence.
It said Full Tilt had continuously reported funds, used to cover what users held in their online accounts, that were not actually available.
Andre Wilsenach, the commission's executive director, said the regulator would look into what went wrong.
He said: "I think it's important we learn from experiences.
"We will certainly review our processes in the light of this particular experience and we might introduce changes if we find that there's things that we could do better from our side."