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Brexit through the looking glass

Brexit through the looking glass

18 November 2016, 10:15AM - 10:45AM, CET

This panel shall delve into the impact of Brexit from different angles. We shall explore the potential long-term impact, alongside the ever-present uncertainty about Brexit in the shorter-term. We shall address questions such as: what will the likely pressures on UK-based operators be and what changes can we expect to see in an EU which is more Franco-German-centric? Will the withdrawal of the UK change European thinking about this industry, and its regulation? What about the British customer? Will Brexit have any influence to change the behaviours of UK-residents? Should Brexit have any such influence, or will it really just be business as usual? What should Malta be thinking about and how should it be reacting in the current circumstances? What are the positive factors that Malta can exploit and what are the negatives that Malta must address, to convert Brexit into an opportunity for growth? 

Panel: Russell Kelly (Director - Audit & Advisory, KPMG Isle of Man), Steve Donoghue (Gambling consultant), Robin Le Provost (Director, of Business Development, Le Prevost Consultancy), Edwina Licari (Chief Officer - Legal & EU/International Affairs, Malta Gaming Authority), Michael Ellen (Partner, Regulus Partners)

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This panel shall delve into the impact of Brexit from different angles. We shall explore the potential long-term impact, alongside the ever-present uncertainty about Brexit in the shorter-term. We shall address questions such as: what will the likely pressures on UK-based operators be and what changes can we expect to see in an EU which is more Franco-German-centric? Will the withdrawal of the UK change European thinking about this industry, and its regulation? What about the British customer? Will Brexit have any influence to change the behaviours of UK-residents? Should Brexit have any such influence, or will it really just be business as usual? What should Malta be thinking about and how should it be reacting in the current circumstances? What are the positive factors that Malta can exploit and what are the negatives that Malta must address, to convert Brexit into an opportunity for growth? 

Panel: Russell Kelly (Director - Audit & Advisory, KPMG Isle of Man), Steve Donoghue (Gambling consultant), Robin Le Provost (Director, of Business Development, Le Prevost Consultancy), Edwina Licari (Chief Officer - Legal & EU/International Affairs, Malta Gaming Authority), Michael Ellen (Partner, Regulus Partners)

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