The Malta Gaming Authority has renewed their Memorandum of Understanding with the Alderney gambling control commission (AGCC).
The MoU, which was signed in 2013, will continue to ensure collaboration between Malta and Alderney regulators.
This partnership is aimed at enhancing the MGA’s and AGCC’s cooperation to enable them to carry out their functions in a more effective manner. They include the prevention of crime, protection of consumers and vulnerable people against gambling addiction.
Both the MGA and AGCC will work together to encourage international cooperation within the industry. They say that this is in line with their view on the nature of gambling markets across borders.
Carl Brincat, MGA’s CEO said that the renewed MoU continues to reinforce our commitment in ensuring a responsible and safe gaming environment across all sectors.
Andrew Gellatly, executive director of the AGCC said: “We are looking forward to strengthening and continuing our valuable collaboration with MGA to both the players’ and stakeholder’s benefit.”
Mizzi will replace Brincat at Malta’s regulator
Charles Mizzi, the new CEO of MGA announced last month that the MGA would continue its partnership.
Mizzi replaces Brincat as of 26 January. Brincat will step down from his position after just two years.
He comes to the MGA after five years as CEO of Residency Malta Agency. Mizzi also held a number of senior positions during his career. The BNF bank’s image and communication unit was one of his previous roles.