AGA Builds on Momentum by Hiring New Top Talent
AGA has added three members to its executive leadership and public affairs teams. These additions will bolster membership engagement, media outreach and ally development. Along with the team members hired in January, the new staff additions will enhance AGA’s efforts to champion gaming.
Tell Congress to Fight Frivolous, Costly Litigation
AGA has been actively engaging policymakers and stakeholders to encourage the passage of legislation to prevent costly litigation caused by patent trolls. Patent trolls cost American businesses, including the gaming industry, billions of dollars annually. Get involved and call for reform via Twitter – simply click to share the message.
Gaming Experts and Regulators to Speak on Industry Issues
Gaming regulators and experts will speak on regulatory issues related to FinCEN and the Bank Secrecy Act at the 2014 Bank Secrecy Act Conference on June 12. The conference will feature a keynote address from FinCEN Director Jennifer Shasky Calvery. These regulatory issues are becoming increasingly important to the gaming industry. AGA is cosponsoring the event – register today.
AGA Priority – Federal Compliance
Heard clearly at G2E 2013 and reiterated in Reuters, the federal government is increasingly interested in financial transactions at casinos. AGA is actively engaged with key federal agencies on this matter and is highlighting the gaming industry’s commitment to a culture of compliance.