During the Gambling Regulators European Forum, an annual event that was held from June 5–7 in Bergen, Norway, Belgium’s Gaming Commission de Kansspelcommissie (KSC), and France’s regulatory body, l’Autorité Nationale des Jeux (ANJ), secured a partnership agreement to enhance their influence on the market.
This was formally established on June 6 by KSC President Magali Clavie and ANJ President Isabelle Falque–Pierrotin. After that, on June 9th, the latter was chosen to guide the GREF.
Establishing such a powerhouse, both bodes will be able to share out data and cooperate on authorizing issues in their countries. They will also be able to combine the results of your research and publish synchronized reports.
The deal between ANJ and KCA comprises the authorizing processes, monitoring of offline and online businesses, and safeguarding customers, especially marketing and addiction to gambling management. The companionship is aimed at particular matters like fighting fraud and terrorist financing and money laundering. Although it is not acceptable to give out personal information, there are some circumstances in which it may be for good reason, such as the potential impact on public order or permanent regulatory proceedings.
Both ANJ and KSC must immediately let each other know about any changes. A restriction on utilizing athletes‘ photos in gambling communications was recently unveiled by ANJ.