The latest Compliance Briefing event, hosted by iGaming Academy, is coming to London on October 12th 2017. This one day event is designed to educate the online betting and gaming industry on significant regulatory changes upcoming 2017-18 that will impact their businesses.
The event will be a deep-dive into the issues of the General Data Protection Regulation and the Fourth EU Directive on Money Laundering. These changes to the law are set to disrupt the everyday operations of the online gaming sector, so it is crucial that the industry knows how to tackle the issues that will arise.
Registration is now open at a significantly reduced Advance Rate until 03 August.
Key Topics: GDPR, 4th Directive on AML
Date & Time: Thursday 12 October Now – 08:30
Venue: County Hall, London, SE1 7PB
GDPR – THE GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION
GDPR is set to become enforceable in May 2018, and will overhaul the way online gaming companies collect, use and process data. Users will now have more power over their own personal data meaning companies will be held accountable for the data they store.
FOURTH EU DIRECTIVE ON MONEY LAUNDERING
As the most sweeping AML legislation in Europe in years, the 4th Money Laundering Directive introduces new strengthened obligations and an extended framework, which significantly affects the procedures associated with anti-money laundering processes in the iGaming industry.
The October conference follows on from a successful event hosted in Malta in June 2017, with companies from across the gaming spectrum in attendance. Delegates learned how to put a compliance plan into action.
Compliance Briefing: London will once again showcase a wealth of top industry names and expert speakers, who will be providing a framework for compliance tailored online gaming businesses. The new directives will offer a complex set of challenges, and the conference aims to break these down and guide attendees effectively through the hurdles.
Recent research has shown that many organisations have not put the necessary time or resources into regulatory compliance, leaving them at significant risk of penalties, fines and reputational damage.
For more information – please visit www.compliancebriefing.com/london2017
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Source: Calvin Ayre