Keeping Crime Out of Gambling 2020

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  • January 23, 2020
    9:00 am - 4:30 pm

Now in its third year, this conference is designed to help gambling operators manage compliance issues and ensure that they are not subject to criminal activity through effective fraud prevention and anti-money-laundering strategies. 

The Gambling Commission has made it very clear that compliance with both the letter and spirit of regulation is not optional. High profile fines keep on coming, and not just from the UK, regulators across the world are tightening up standards.

The conference content will help your business to build the adequate knowledge and management systems you require to manage risk, comply with the law and retain customer trust.

Who should attend

  • Senior Manager at gambling operators
  • Heads of Compliance at gambling operators
  • In-house lawyers at gambling operators
  • Lawyers in practice who support and work with the gambling industry
  • Compliance consultants working with the gambling industry
  • Anyone involved in risk and fraud prevention

Agenda

Time slots are provisional and exact timings may be subject to change.

09:00 Registration and refreshments

09:30 Opening remarks from the chair

09:40 Regulatory Round Up – review of a busy 12 months and a look into the crystal ball about what might be coming up.

10:15 KYC, AML and Player Protection are all intrinsically linked. How do we make the most of the information we have across all areas? 

10:50 Networking coffee break

11:20 Guide to onsite investigations

Ray Wilson, Director, AMLGS

11:55 Panel: AML update – what are our responsibilities when it comes to the detection and prevention of criminal activities? Does and should the buck stop with the operator?  

Moderator: David Clifton, Partner, Clifton Davies Consultancy

Anton Moiseienko, Research Fellow, Royal United Services Institute

12:55 Networking lunch break

14:00 Responsibilities of personal licence holders under the spotlight

14:35 Advancements in payment technology, how this helps with AML and RG 

15:10 Networking coffee break

15:30 Panel – Is there a real risk of over regulation pushing players towards blackmarket unregulated operators? 

Martin Lycka, Director of Regulatory Affairs, GVC

Andy MacGilp, Partner, PWC 

Ian Sims, Founder, Rightlander 

16:30 Closing remarks and close of conference 

 

Venue:  

Venue Website:

Address:
241 Borough High Street, London, SE1 1GA, United Kingdom

Description:

Venue:   Prospero House

Venue Website: etcvenues.co.uk/venues/prospero-house

Address:

241 Borough High Street, London, SE1 1GA, United Kingdom

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