Tag Archives: Philip Graf

David Clifton: Licensing Expert – UKGC views on “getting the balance right”

Two developments have occurred over the last month that have provided some considerable insight into the Gambling Commission’s present and future regulatory priorities. The first is publication of the Commission’s Annual Report for 2015/16. The second is a speech entitled “Gambling: Getting the balance right” given by Philip Graf at the Royal Society of Arts as he comes to the …

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Kate Lampard CBE new Chair of RGT Trustee Board

Industry charity the Responsible Gambling Trust (RGT), a UK organisation committed to minimising gambling-related harm and raising operator consumer safety standards and practices has announced Kate Lampard CBE as its new Chair of the Board of Trustees with immediate effect. Lampard a former barrister and senior executive of the National Health Service replaces Neil Goulden as Chair of the RGT …

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UKGC aims to implement new consumer focused business plan

Updating the industry, the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) has set out a new consumer focused business plan which it will aim to integrate over the coming year. UKGC management detailed that the plan would cover three direct themes Building on vital work to protect the most vulnerable, and set standards for responsible and safe gambling Ensuring markets are fair and …

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Jenny Williams to depart as UKGC Chief Executive

The UK’s Gambling Commission is starting the process of finding a replacement for chief executive Jenny Williams, whose second five-year term in charge of the regulator will come to an end next year. Chairman Philip Graf has been contacting  industry operators and trade bodies informing them of the plans to search for an new Executive to head up its operations. …

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