Subject: IAGR Singapore Conference - Program Updates

IAGR Conference Singapore 2012
Date                                                                             Venue
21 - 24 October 2012                                Pan Pacific Hotel

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2012 Conference Programme

As we approach the final weeks before the 2012 IAGR Singapore Conference, IAGR is pleased to share the updated program notes and confirmed speakers who will convene at the Pan Pacific Hotel in Singapore over 21-24 October.

With two full days of sessions, Conference Attendees will hear experts present on current issues impacting regulatory and industry issues of concern including ...
  • Developments in Asian Gaming:  the World's Largest Market?
  • Social Gaming:  A Sheep in Wolf's Clothing?
  • Future Trends in Gaming:  Challenges and Opportunities
  • International Transfer of Test Results
  • Understanding and Mitigating Money Laundering / Terrorism Financing Risks in Casinos
  • Sports Betting and Integrity - The Role of the Gambling Regulator
  • Responsible Gambling
  • and International Developments:  A Pathway to Cooperation?

Please visit to see full session descriptions and the panels of speakers.  Further updates will be posted as program and speaker confirmations are finalized in the next few weeks.

2012 Conference Registration

USD $ 700     IAGR Members
USD $ 800     Industry / Non-IAGR Members

To register for the conference, please find the delegate booking form HERE.

About IAGR

The International Association of Gaming Regulators (IAGR) consists of representatives from gaming regulatory organizations throughout the world.  The mission of IAGR is to advance the effectiveness and efficiency of gaming regulation by providing:
  • a forum in which gaming regulators from around the world can meet, exchange views and information, and discuss policy issues among themselves and with representatives of the international gaming industry;
  • a means of fostering cooperation between gaming regulators in the performance of their official duties; and
  • a central point of contact for inquiries from governments, gaming regulatory agencies and personnel, and representatives of the international gaming industry.

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