Industry shines a light on responsible gambling

Industry shines a light on responsible gambling

Thursday, July 9, 2015 Posted by Jon Squire

The World Regulatory Briefing (WrB) conference returns to London on 10th September 2015, bringing together the largest global gaming operators, regulators, and industry associations to discuss how to drive the adoption of responsible gambling and corporate responsibility.

WrB London is claimed to be one the first forums to translate the true value of a good reputation as well as how to implement a corporate social responsibility framework that creates shared value for all stakeholders involved – especially the players.
“The industry is really starting to become socially conscious as well as having to be compliant with responsible gambling regulation.  WrB London will encourage a pan-European dialogue and essentially establish the link between responsible gambling and the bottom line, ” says Sadie Walters, senior event producer at organiser Clarion Events.
“The likes of Ladbrokes, GamCare, Gala Coral and the UK Gambling Commission are confirmed speakers on the comprehensive programme and will share their experiences on topics such as player protection strategy, self-exclusion and self-regulation during the one-day event, which is strongly supported by the independent industry body, the Senet Group.”
The Senet Group’s CEO, Ron Finlay added: “The future of the gambling industry depends on behaving responsibly – it’s great to see a conference devoted to this.”
For more information and a copy of the programme, or alternatively to discuss your place at WrB London, contact Sadie Walters at or +44 (0)20 7384 8198. 


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