Meet the team from Compliance+More our media partner at the Player Protection Forum in March.
Don’t miss the KnowNow Player Protection Forum 2024 on 27/28 March.
We’ve got a packed agenda over the 2 days which will be delivered by our star line-up of speakers. Read on to find our more…
Did you know about the KnowNow Training courses that we provide for the gambling industry? Furthermore we can also offer you a bespoke training solution to meet your organisations needs.
With an ever evolving regulatory landscape it is essential to adapt quickly, embrace new ways of working, engage with your customers and colleagues and respond quickly to regulatory change.
Now it is more important than ever to make sure that your team is up to date and equipped with the knowledge and skills to enable your business to adopt best practice and continue to thrive in these times and beyond.
We’re delighted to team up with Neil Tyson from Rightway Compliance to deliver the essential training course; Assessing Financial Vulnerability and Financial Risk.
We’ve already successfully held this training for several operators both online and in person. Contact us today to book this course for your team.
Don’t miss our essential training course – Carrying our Remote Customer Interactions.
All of the new requirements of Social Responsibility Code 3.4.3 are now in place. It is key for senior managers across your organisation to ensure that they fully understand the requirements and their role in implementing them effectively.
This live and interactive virtual training will enable you and your team to understand the new requirements and how to best implement them in your work.
Ready yourself – A 5-step guide to improving your understanding of a player’s financial vulnerability in readiness for regulatory change
The Information Commissioners Office (ICO) has announced that GDPR does not prevent gaming firms using credit bureau data to inform their understanding of a player’s financial risk.
In association with this, the Gambling Commission (GC) has proposed spending limits should be used as triggers for making vulnerability checks on players. The data being proposed to make these checks includes public information such as CCJs and bankruptcies, as well as more insightful credit and current account turnover data collected by credit bureau.
Financial institutions have been using these data for many years as trusted sources of information to inform someone’s financial well-being when applying for a loan.
The Gambling Commission is now consulting on these proposals in its review of Licensing Conditions and Code of Practice, which concludes at the end of October.
The results of this consultation may call on gaming firms to adopt credit bureau data as part of their everyday operations to protect players from harm.
Here are some pictures from the 6th Annual KnowNow Conference.
Social Responsibility for Gambling Operators.
Keeping Crime out of Gambling.
Date: 13-14 September, 2023.
Venue: America Square Conference Centre, London.
Read on for an overview of the 2 days.
We’re counting down the days until we host our 6th Annual Conference. Don’t Miss Rob Haslingden from our sponsor Experian who will be talking about optimising the use of credit bureau data to understand player vulnerability.
Want to find out more about how the gambling industry can benefit from credit bureau data to help improve affordability checks and enhance player protection? Then read on for an overview from Experian.
We’re delighted to welcome back Experian as a sponsor for our 6th Annual Conference; Social Responsibility for Gambling Operators and Keeping Crime out of Gambling.
We’re delighted to welcome back Rdentify as a sponsor for our 6th Annual Conference; Social Responsibility for Gambling Operators and Keeping Crime out of Gambling.
Rdentify brings together state-of-the-art machine learning, and linguistics technology to provide real time customer protection by identifying signs of vulnerable customers in real time during customer interaction.
Join us on 13-14 September in London and meet the team. Want to know more about Rdentify? Then read on for an overview from their CEO, Daniel Brookes.