A three-day Caribbean gaming industry regulatory event focused on “Fostering Regional Cooperation” is set to begin November 9th. The 3rd Annual Caribbean & Americas Gaming Regulation Forum will bring together regulators, operators, gaming suppliers, and service providers for the benefit of event participants who work directly and indirectly within this quickly evolving region of the gaming marketplace.
The forum has been organized by The International Governance and Risk Institute (GovRisk), whose offices are located in London. GovRisk provides authoritative and tailored services for public and private organizations in all areas of risk management including fraud, money laundering, compliance, electronic security, and financial crime prevention.
During the 2014 Caribbean Forum, GovRisk helped to initiate dialogue focused on creating a Caribbean Association of Gaming Regulation organization, and has scheduled an open discussion opportunity for this year’s participates to further develop and implement this much needed regional regulatory body.
Attendees of this event include casino directors, financial intelligence, compliance, and reporting officers, tax authorities, governmental law service providers, as well as product suppliers and service professionals involved in the gambling industry.
In addition to authoritative presentations, the Forum sessions will include case studies on developing compliance programs, workshops on interviewing techniques, debates central to money-laundering requirements, and practicum sessions designed to help develop productive relationships with law enforcement.
The event venue is the Miami Beach Conference Center, and sessions are scheduled from 9:00 am through 4:30 pm each day.