Compliance Briefing: Malta, the island’s must-attend iGaming compliance conference takes place on Tuesday 27th June.
Its engaging format, in which leading subject matter experts dive deep to deliver essential content, impart insightful analysis and engage with their audiences on the industry’s hottest compliance topics, will draw senior marketing, legal, compliance and HR executives from across the industry. Over one hundred delegates representing leading operators from Malta and throughout the EU will attend the event, in which the following themes will be discussed:
- The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
GDPR is due to come into law May 2018, and is set to disrupt the iGaming industry if the proper measures aren’t put in place quickly. GDPR’s scope is vast, its enforcement powers are wide ranging, and the penalties it can impose are severe – but most businesses have not heard of it. Understanding how the rules have changed and what you need to do to ensure that your organisation is compliant will be critical in the coming year.
- The Fourth Money Laundering Directive
The most sweeping AML legislation in Europe in several years comes into force 26th June. Organisations need to understand what this means for their business as the directive has extended to include the entire gambling industry.
- IP Geo-location’s role
The iGaming industry has utilised geolocation technologies in order to enhance content delivery and targeting of consumers but what will GDPR mean for localisation? Understanding how geolocation is set to be disrupted by the stringent rules under GDPR will allow businesses to plan ahead.
Compliance Briefing: Malta will bring together iGaming Executives in a variety of functions including Compliance, Marketing, Analytics, Legal and Human Resources as well as representatives from Government, Regulators and Suppliers.
Structured in a highly-engaging, multi-speaker format over the course of 1 full day, Compliance Briefing: Malta will help attendees:
- Understand the implications of compliance topics and how they relate to each other
- Learn how to prepare and implement compliance strategies
- Gain insights into the future of the compliance landscape
- Discover how much non-compliance could cost your organisation
Jaime Debono, Managing Director at iGaming Academy said “The compliance landscape is increasingly complex. As changes are introduced, it’s iGaming operators themselves who are responsible for reflecting legal changes in their market territories. Through events like Compliance Briefing: Malta, and our full suite of courses and learning solutions, iGaming Academy aims to make it compliance clear and achievable for all iGaming professionals. Compliance Briefing: Malta is an important venture for iGaming Academy, and we’re excited to be working alongside our highly-experienced partners Amplified Business Events and 1710 Gaming for the first time.”
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