First speakers announced at conferences produced for gambling operators

Keeping Crime out of gambling and social responsibility for gambling operators

The pressure is on for gambling operators at the moment with so many compliance considerations. With the media fuelling negative public perceptions of the industry it is crucial that operators have all their bases covered.

That’s why we launched our conferences Keeping Crime out of Gambling and Social Responsibility for Gambling Operators.

We’re excited to announce our first speakers. With more to be added over the next week, these events are a ‘must attend’ for gambling operators and legal firms.

Join a panel discussion including Johanna Walsh Partner at Kingsley Napley Solicitors and Richard Wade, Director of Compliance and Responsible Gambling, at the Rank Group on Gambling and AML – understanding the risks, whilst Neil Tyson from Fraud Management Resource Centre will be discussing AML Lessons from other sectors and operational preparation for the 4th Directive.

On day 2 the keynote speech – From Problem Gambler to the Campaign for Fairer Gambling – will be from Matt Zarb-Cousin, the former spokesperson for Jeremy Corbyn and now a spokesperson for the Campaign for Fairer Gambling and Co-founder of Gamban Software.

What’s more we have an exclusive presentation of his new research Characteristics of the thinking of gamblers- by Peter Ayton, a professor of psychology at City University London.  Pedro Romero is head of Gambling Therapy and he will be talking about understanding addiction.

Don’t miss out – Book your place today at our special early bird rate.

Gambling should be a perfectly legitimate leisure activity enjoyed by many and a thriving business sector. These events will help ensure that operators have the knowledge and tools they need to promote responsible gambling, avoid criminal activity and continue to prosper commercially.

Leave your details on our website. We’ll keep you fully up to date on our other exciting speakers and content.

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