More speaker news for our Meeting Regulatory Requirements, Malta conference. Welcome to Stephen McCarthy, Chief Executive Officer at Malta Digital Innovation Authority. Stephen will be on our panel discussion: Maltas DLT sandbox framework and regulating blockchain.
Great news! The Malta Gaming Authority (mga) will have representatives speaking on both days of our forthcoming event in September; Meeting Regulatory Requirements, Malta.
You may have heard we’re partnering with AMLGS to bring you a 2 day event – Meeting Regulatory Requirements in Malta. So now it’s time to start announcing speakers. Welcome to Fredrik Ljungman, Country Manager Malta at Otmore Limited. He’ll be moderating the panel discussion; AML and gambling. Understanding / assessing the risks and implementing organisational change. Fredrik will be joined on the panel by Ray Wilson from AMLGS and Trevor De Giorgio from Greentube
Following the Player Protection event in May we’re excited to announce that we’ll be partnering with AMLGS again in September. But this time we’re off to Malta. Yes! We’re swapping our usual London location to present; Meeting Regulatory Requirements Malta.
A packed program on Day 1 will be followed by a fully interactive workshop on Day 2 covering AML, responsible gambling and blockchain developments.
Join us in London on the 25th June for our Masterclass: Player Tracking and Reducing Gambling Related Harm. This Exclusive Masterclass will be presented by leading experts in this field, Dr. Mark Griffiths and Dr. Michael Auer. They’ll be joined by Helena Berg, Responsible Gaming Manager at ComeOn!
Just days to go now until our Player Protection Forum. Here’s an update on the current player protection landscape from David Clifton, Clifton Davies Consultancy Limited, who will be chairing the event.
Not long now until we host our Player Protection Forum and Workshop in London. Last Thursday our MD, Paula, attended the Gambling Commission launch of their new three year strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms. Here’s her summary of the day….
The Gambling Commission has published the new National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Related Harms. This three-year strategy aims to drive and coordinate work to bring a lasting impact on reducing gambling harms. No doubt this will prove to be a major focus of discussion at our Player Protection event in May.
Player protection will feature large in the new National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harm. This will be published by the Gambling Commission on the 25 April. For a further insight we hand over to our chair for the Player Protection Forum, David Clifton….
Just four weeks to go now to the Player Protection Forum on 22 May, which I am greatly looking forward to chairing.
The Player Protection workshop on the 23rd of May will deliver a number of fundamental learning outcomes. A greater knowledge of regulatory expectations and how, as an operator you can ensure you meet and exceed these expectation is but one of these outcomes.
Here’s Ray Wilson, Director, AML Global Solutions Limited with an overview of the day.