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Events


IAGA SUMMIT Macau 2018


The Forum includes sessions focused on everything from how


gaming operators with international locations develop and implement responsible gaming programs that


take into consideration local cultures and norms to a lively discussion on the effectiveness of placing


gambling controls or restrictions on local residents.


government agencies are adapting their crisis and emergency management protocols to better protect patrons from unseen threats.


Tis year’s Summit agenda also includes possibly our finest selection of keynote speeches to date, beginning on May 14 with an opening address from Paulo Martins Chan, the Director of the Macau Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ), who will share top level insight into how Macau is working toward long-term sustainability by focusing on improving quality rather than scale and using its existing integrated resort clusters to further develop the market’s non-gaming offerings. Tese opening remarks will provide a perfect context for the afternoon’s keynote address provided by Dr. Bo Bernhard, the Executive Director for the University of Nevada, Las Vegas’ International Gaming Institute, as Dr. Bernhard will share some of the surprising impacts that integrated casino resorts have had on their surrounding communities. Drawing on a wealth of largely unpublished data touting the significant social and economic benefits that existing IRs in places like Singapore and Las Vegas have had on their communities, cultures and economies, this keynote will be immediately followed by a roundtable discussion of senior gaming executives representing many of the gaming operators currently pursuing gaming licenses in Japan.


And, compelling keynotes from John Hagan, a leading United Kingdom attorney and Deputy Chairman of GamCare, the country’s leading responsible gambling charity, and Macao Financial Intelligence Office (GIF) Director Connie Chu will kick off our two one-day


workshops taking place on Wednesday, May 16. Focusing on the legal and institutional framework surrounding anti-money laundering initiatives and combating the financing of terrorism, Ms. Chu, who oversees the GIF’s efforts to combat financial crime, will share her extensive experience and insight into the risks posed by money laundering and terrorist financing while discussing some common financial crime typologies that have been observed from suspicious transaction reporting requirements. Following her remarks, the Combating Financial Crime and Other Risks Within Gaming workshop will include sessions covering everything from the latest regulatory developments on AML and Counter-Terrorist Financing risk assessment to evaluating how data analytics and big data analysis can assist in the prevention, detection and investigation of financial crime. Since combatting financial crime and other risks facing regulated gaming operators is an ongoing priority around the world, our Financial Crime and Risk Workshop will help keep its attendees up to date with the latest best practices for anti-money laundering regulation, data privacy and security, FCPA and more.


To open the Critical Issues In Responsible Gaming workshop, John Hagan’s keynote will examine gaming’s social responsibility landscape, exploring how the industry, responsible gambling experts, academics, researchers and treatment providers can work together to effect meaningful change and enable better engagement with customers to improve self-awareness. Following his comments, our second annual Global Responsible Gaming Forum will take a comprehensive look at the


challenges the industry faces as it ensures that players gamble responsibly while discussing some of the latest developments worldwide. Te Forum includes sessions focused on everything from how gaming operators with international locations develop and implement responsible gaming programs that take into consideration local cultures and norms to a lively discussion on the effectiveness of placing gambling controls or restrictions on local residents. With the growing regional scrutiny given to problem gaming, the Critical Issues in Responsible Gaming Workshop is a must-attend for anyone who wants to broaden their knowledge and understanding of responsible gaming best practices and advancements.


Of course, this year’s International Gaming Summit’s comprehensive program is accentuated by exceptional networking events, beginning with a casual “Welcome to Macau” reception held in the Executive Lounge at the Four Seasons on Sunday evening that will give our international attendees a relaxed environment where they can reconnect with their global colleagues ahead of Monday’s opening sessions. Monday night, we’ll hold our annual President’s Dinner under the stars by the Four Seasons pool, and our guests will take a culinary journey throughout Asia as they enjoy specialties from Macanese, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese and Tai cuisine. Tuesday, we’ll combine our Summit evening networking event with our annual G2E Asia cocktail reception by hosting our attendees for food, drinks and fun at the hotel’s outdoor Splash restaurant. With so many informative and entertaining events planned for our Summit this year, I’m really looking forward to joining our IAGA Officers, Trustees and Counselors in welcoming our delegates to Macau!


IAGA


The International Association of Gaming Advisors (IAGA) will hold its 37th annual International Gaming Summit May 14 - 16 at the Four Seasons Macao in Macau, China.


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