Compliance Briefing: London
Every iGaming business and organisation needs to become fully compliant, and with new regulations and directives set to disrupt the industry it is imperative that businesses understand how to do so.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
GDPR is coming - its scope is vast, its enforcement powers are wide ranging, and the penalties it can impose are severe – but most businesses have not heard of it.
Understand how the rules have changed and what you need to do to ensure that your organisation is compliant.
The Fourth Money Laundering Directive
Having come into force on the 26th June, organisations need to understand what this means for their business as the directive has extended to include the entire gambling industry.
Understand how the new strengthened obligations and extended framework effect the iGaming industry.
What will you learn at the Compliance Briefing: London?
- How to be compliant in the iGaming industry
- What are the key concepts of compliance in today's market?
- How to prepare for the implementation of GDPR?
- What does GDPR mean for the Fourth Money Laundering Directive?
- How much does non-compliance really cost?
- What to do in the event of a data breach?
- What are the individual's rights in regards to the GDPR?
- How must an organisation respond to complaints?
- What fundamental changes will you need to implement in your organisation to stay compliant?
- What do you have to do NOW to be ready when the new regulations come into force?
- How do you mitigate the risks and turn compliance threats into competitive business opportunities?
- What will your business need to implement for GDPR?
COMPLIANCE BRIEFING: LONDON
Date: October 12th 2017
Venue: County Hall, Westminster
Compliance Briefing: London will help businesses to prepare to meet the requirements of GDPR and the AML 4th Directive.
Advanced rate: £495 + VAT
Standard rate: £695 + VAT
Purchase 5 or more tickets and receive 20% off per ticket!
Any discounts offered (including team discounts) must also require payment at the time of registration.