Subject: IAGR Multi-Jurisdictional Business Form Update

Dear Fellow IAGR Members,

Good day to you. I am pleased to share that we have to date a total of 12 member jurisdictions that are now accepting the Multi-Jurisdictional Business Form (MJBF). We are another step closer towards a single business form for all IAGR member jurisdictions. These are the 12 jurisdictions:-
·      Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation, Queensland, Australia
·      Danish Gambling Authority, Denmark
·      Gambling Commission, Great Britain
·      Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Commission, Jamaica
·      Casino Gaming Commission, Jamaica
·      Department of Internal Affairs/Gambling Commission, New Zealand
·      Casino Regulatory Authority, Singapore
·      Limpopo Gambling Board, South Africa
·      Mpumalanga Gambling Board, South Africa
·      Nevada Gaming Control Board, United States of America
·      New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement, United States of America
If your jurisdiction is not yet on board, procrastinate no further as the MJBF is developed by IAGR for IAGR members and is free for use by member jurisdictions. You may either use it as-is for your business applicants or use it along with your other jurisdictional forms. Once your jurisdiction is on board, we would appreciate if you could drop us a note to list your jurisdiction on the IAGR MJBF webpage (here) amongst the jurisdictions that are on board the MJBF. Here is a quick recap on some of the benefits of the MJBF:-
·      Ease of use
·      Seamless applications to multiple jurisdictions
·      Free for use by member jurisdictions
·      Secured with password protection
·      Form built in with completeness validation mechanism
·      Flexibility to have your own jurisdictional rider form
·      Built-in feature to extract information from the MJBF to eXtensible Markup Language (XML) for processing in your jurisdiction’s IT system
In the next couple of months, the MJBF Sub-Committee will be promulgating a MJBF user guide together with the MJBF data structure to aid member jurisdictions to make better use of the native XML extraction feature built into the MJBF.

As part of the on-going effort to ensure that the MJBF remains relevant, we would appreciate if you could let us know whether the MJBF continues to serve your needs, what you would like to see in the MJBF and suggestions to generate further values and interests in the adoption of MJBF.

Kindly drop me ( or Jason Chng ( a note with your feedback and suggestion.  We hope to have them by 31 August 2016.
Thank you for your time.

Best Regards,
Jerry See
IAGR Trustee
Chair, Multi-Jurisdictional Business Form Sub-Committee

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