New Executive Director For Alderney Gambling Control Commission

NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FOR ALDERNEY GAMBLING CONTROL COMMISSION

21st December, 2015 at 15:56:40
Source: http://www.azonlinecasinos.com

Regulator finds new chief within its ranks.

Jorn Starck, formerly director of regulatory operations at the Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC), has been promoted to executive director, replacing Andre Wilsenach who is about to depart (early in the New Year) for pastures greener at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas.

Starck has been with the Commission since 2007, and prior to that held management positions in various sectors of the i-gaming sector.

AGCC chair Lord Richard Faulkner said the decision to promote Starck was an easy one, and expressed confidence in the executive's ability.

"Jorn has already over many years been a key player in the AGCC's success as an eGambling regulator, and we are excited about this new chapter in the AGCC's story," he said Monday.

Starck said that he was looking forward to the challenges of his new position, commenting:

"With the strong relationships I already have with industry, government and other stakeholders, together with the support of the Commissioners and a very experienced team around me, I am very confident about the future of Alderney as an eGambling jurisdiction."

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