A five-day gambling regulation education program called ‘Regulating The Game’ is set to debut in Sydney in just two weeks.
The training program is run through a partnership between Senet, Australia’s leading specialist in gambling law, regulatory and compliance advice, and the International Center for Gaming Regulation (ICGR) of the University of Nevada at Las Vegas.
Senet’s gambling regulation education program is structured to build individual and organizational capacity, deepen industry knowledge, and advance thinking and discussion about contemporary best practices in gambling regulation. ‘money.
The program is also designed to address public policy challenges, cultivate curiosity and critical thinking, challenge ideas, share ideas, and motivate an appetite for continuous improvement and sector leadership.
Paul Newson, Gambling and Regulatory Specialist at Senet, said: “The course brings together leading international and Australian experts and key regulators including AUSTRAC, the Australian Financial Intelligence Unit and regulator AML / CTF, and the ACMA, which plays an important role in the enforcement of the Interactive Gambling Act, to talk about their regulatory posture, priorities and direction, and to share information on known and emerging risks in the area.
“A key benefit of the program is the opportunity to network, hear from international and Australian experts and exchange ideas and views with regulatory colleagues and industry participants.
“To start conversations and develop understanding, knowledge and relationships that can better inform regulatory policy and practice, as well as position compliance and regulatory functions as catalysts towards a more resilient, secure, safe, responsible, innovative and dynamic.
“Training of this nature with a mix of Australian and international experts is not available anywhere – it is truly exceptional – we have lined up a star cast of leading industry figures and legal practitioners and of gambling regulations with extensive industry knowledge and experience.”