IAGA sponsors regulatory briefing at ICE

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The International Association of Gaming Advisors (IAGA) announced its support of the 2015 World Regulatory Briefing (WrB) being held February 3 during the 2015 ICE Totally Gaming Exhibition in London. An annual event sponsored exclusively by IAGA in conjunction with Clarion Events and the World Regulatory Assembly, the World Regulatory Briefing provides crucial updates on regulatory, legal and compliance developments impacting the global gaming industry, and is a must-attend conference that includes key speakers from jurisdictions all over the world.

With insightful panel discussions and keynote addresses centered around the industry’s contrasting jurisdictional approaches and whether or not harmonization is possible and desirable, the 2015 Briefing will include analyses of existing and emerging markets with specific discussions focusing on Japan, India, the US and Latin America. It will also explore recent significant changes to the United Kingdom regulatory act and the newly elected European Commission, and will feature numerous region-specific roundtable discussions.

“IAGA is pleased to once again sponsor the upcoming World Regulatory Briefing in London, as its insightful discussions and presentations provide the industry’s regulators and gaming advisors with critical updates and information about what’s happening in gaming worldwide,” said IAGA President Katie Lever. “As part of our organization’s ongoing commitment to providing our members and the industry with valuable educational opportunities, the Briefing’s 2015 agenda boasts an impressive line-up of topics presented by some of the industry’s leading thought leaders, regulators and advisors, and we look forward to meeting with our global colleagues at the event.”

A full Briefing schedule that includes session topics, speakers and panelists is available at IAGA.

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