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HEAD OF REGULATORY AFFAIRS
Company offer an excellent salary / bonus / benefits /relocation support
Our client a leader within the online gaming sector is looking for a Head of Regulatory Affairs to join their team in Malta.
The legal team currently consists of 10 colleagues and is further growing, covering legal, regulatory and compliance. Providing management and the business with decision support and strategic advice, in order to meet strategic business goals whilst managing risk. We are now looking for a Head of Regulatory Affairs, who will be responsible for managing overall regulatory risk, government relations and relations with business organisations.
We offer a fun and challenging role in a helpful and dynamic environment. For the right person there are many different career paths within the company, both if you want to deepen your technical skills or work with leadership in the future.
Amongst your responsibilities will be:
Reviewing and evaluating regulatory risk in the company, while keeping a close working relationship with the General Counsel and the Head of Compliance
Implementing and managing policies, procedures, and guidelines to ensure compliance with applicable regulatory requirements
Keeping close relations with relevant government entities in developing markets and manage and coordinate lobby efforts
Participate in local and global business organisations as a representative of the company
Key requirements for this opportunity:
professional law degree (LL.B, LL.M or equivalent)
at least five years’ experience of qualified regulatory work, either at an international law firm or at a similar company in the gaming sector or within a financial or ecommerce environment
Experience from online gaming law and working in a regulatory environment is essential
Your language skills are very important and we would expect you to be fluent in English, both verbally and in writing, and used to communicating in international business
Ability to travel abroad is required, mainly within Europe