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Compliance Briefing London – 12 October 2017

Prepare to meet the complex new requirements of the GDPR and Fourth EU Directive on AML, 2017-18

Compliance Briefing: London will provide attendees with an in- depth, industry-specific overview of new regulation and provide the knowledge needed to prepare and minimise risk. Changes to the law 2017-18 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.

Event Details
THURSDAY 12 OCTOBER – 08:30-17:30 COUNTY HALL, LONDON, SE1 7PB 
EARLYBIRD, ADVANCE & GROUP RATES AVAILABLE 

 

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GDPR

The General Data Protection Regulation (GPDR) comes into force May 2018 across the EU. It scope is vast, covering how companies collect, use and process data. Enforcement powers are wide-ranging, with severe penalties for non-compliance.

Fourth EU Directive on AML

Introduced earlier in 2017, The Fourth EU Directive on Money Laundering has significant implications for the entire gambling industry. Its new strengthened obligations and extended framework significantly affects the procedures associated with anti-money laundering processes in the iGaming industry.


Who Should Attend?

Featuring compliance and industry expert speakers, Compliance Briefing: London is ideal for senior marketing, compliance, legal and HR executives within the iGaming industry and beyond. Register Now

Why Attend?

Attend Compliance Briefing London to understand how regulation is changing, and learn from leading experts practical tips on how to achieve compliance.

  • 2017-18 changes to regulation, including key concepts and specific impacts for iGaming operators and suppliers
  • Avoid non-compliance sanctions that could cost your company €Mil- lions due to dramatically-increased fines
  • Learn how to prepare your company, team or operation for GDPR
  • New implementation guidelines following changes the Fourth EU Directive on Anti-Money Laundering iGaming-specific case studies and insight from leading speakers
  • Costs of compliance vs non-compliance, allowing you to plan ahead effectivelyand mitigate risk
  • Practical, actionable strategies including what to do in the event of a data breach or in response to complaints