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Interview with Kira Mendelsohn

Kira Mendelson, Head of Regulatory Affairs & MLRO, Sky Betting & Gaming

In the lead up to WrB London, we were able to catch up with Kira Mendelsohn from Sky Betting and Gaming. Below are the questions and answers.

RESPONSIBLE GAMBLING INNOVATION CONFERENCE PARTNERS WITH YGAM

The World Regulatory Briefing will be partnering with education charity YGAM on their forthcoming Responsible Gambling Innovation Conference which will take place on 8th September in Central London.

Africa: Can gaming capitalise on a new era of governance?

Rapid economic growth fuelled by a young population and immense natural resources is often the way in which Africa is described. However, there is also an enduring image of poor governance, civil unrest and widespread corruption that is deterring investment into the continent.

Lagos regulator points way to market success in Africa

A strong regulatory system that helps the industry to thrive is the key to success for gambling in Africa, according to the head of one of the continent’s leading gaming authorities. 

Africa’s Gaming Potential to be Ignited at WrB Africa in 2016

Lagos, Nigeria: Leading figures from across the global gaming industry will be heading towards Nigeria in the spring of 2016 to attend the World Regulatory Briefing (WrB) Africa event in Lagos – one of the continent’s most prominent markets.

Insight: Responsible gambling is necessary for survival

Government over-reaction, shareholder mutiny and public opposition are all reasons why gaming companies must take their responsibilities towards problem gambling seriously.

Insight: BBC TV show points to a new era of transparency

WrB speaker Fiona Thorne has highlighted the importance of openness for the gambling sector

Work together or risk reputation - RGA chief

Clive Hawkswood, chief executive of the Remote Gambling Association (RGA), believes the gambling industry must work together to protect its reputation or risk being negatively affected by the actions

Take control of your reputation

The gaming sector needs to take control of its reputation by focusing on corporate responsibility before being forced to do so by regulators, according to Ed Coke, the Director of Consulting Services at the Reputation Institute.

The Gaming Industry to Debate Responsible Gambling and the Value of a Good Reputation in London this September

London, 7th July 2015 – Clarion Events has announced that its World Regulatory Briefing (WrB) conference will return to London on 10th September 2015, bringing together the largest global gaming operators, regulators, and industry associations to discuss how

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