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Getting the skinny on matters legal in the land Downunder

The efforts of Australian politicians to impose tighter restrictions on land and internet gambling have been making the headlines recently, triggering a demand for more detailed information on what's happening and what is likely to develop in the future.

Conference organisers Beacon Events have come up with a program to address this requirement for more knowledge with its 2nd Annual Gaming, Racing and Wagering Australia, a gathering which is designed to provide a platform for discussing and previewing potentially explosive changes in gaming legislation.

Potentially huge changes with serious implications are underway and industry execs need to be fully aware of the opportunities, and risks, these pose for business, the organisers claim.

Beacon has put an impressive speaker list together for the conference, which will run from August 22 - 24 in Sydney. Among those who have agreed to share their knowledge are:

Jamie Nettleton, Partner, ADDISONS

Nadine Grinblat, General Manager, AUSTRALASIAN GAMING COUNCIL

Ross Blair-Holt, COO, ALH GROUP

Tony Clarke, Executive Officer, AUSTRALIAN INTERNET BOOKMAKERS ASSOCIATION

Alan Eskander, Managing Director, BETSTAR

Malcolm Speed, Executive Director, COMPPS

Harry Ashton, Head of Legal & Research, GAMBLING COMPLIANCE

Brent Hogan, Chief Executive, GREYHOUND RACING NSW

Robert Chappell, Director, INDEPENDENT GAMBLING AUTHORITY

Bill Brown, Partner, LANDER & ROGERS

Roderick McAlpine, Director, NORFOLK ISLAND GAMING AUTHORITY

Mike Sarquis, Executive Director, OFFICE OF LIQUOR & GAMING REGULATION, QLD

Paul Bittar, Chief Strategy Officer, RACING VICTORIA

Cormac Barry, CEO, SPORTSBET

Kerry Willcock, Executive General Manager – Corporate & Legal, TABCORP HOLDINGS

Peter Cohen, Director, Regulatory Affairs, THE AGENDA GROUP

Dr Rohan Miller, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Economics & Business, UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY

Peter Yates, Chairman, VICTORIAN WAGERING REVIEW

All the details are here: www.GamingDownunder.com

Source: InfoPowa News

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