St. Julian’s, March 2017 – Hansen Malta Ltd, part of the Hansen Law Group, announces that they will host a seminar in Malta regarding the re-regulation of the Swedish gambling market after the on-going government investigation is presented no later than the last of March. The seminar will be held on 19 April at Hilton Malta.
In March 2017, the government investigation regarding a re-regulated gambling market in Sweden will be presented. On this occasion, Hansen Malta Ltd welcomes you to a seminar where we will offer our legal analysis of the proposed legislative changes.
At the seminar, relevant parts of the presented investigation will be touched upon. Following the legal review of the proposed bill, a panel including some of the most well-known members of the gambling industry will review the bill from an operative, as well as a business perspective. The seminar will proceed for approximately two hours and afterwards Hansen Law invites all attendees for drinks at the Hilton hotel.
“After opening our Malta branch in 2016, it is a natural step to try to bring all people interested in the Swedish gambling market under one roof to discuss the potential outcome of the current review of the Swedish gambling market. It is also an opportunity for us to introduce our M&A team, which is based in Stockholm, to key stakeholders in Malta, as we suspect a lot of M&A activities on the Swedish market coming years”, says Mattias Kelmeling, director of Hansen Malta Ltd.
About Hansen Law
Stockholm (Hansen Advokatbyrå) and St. Julian’s (Hansen Malta) are the homes of Hansen Law’s legal gambling team. Hansen is the most renowned gambling law firm in Sweden and has been present since the online gaming industry took off in the early years of the new millennia and been at the forefront of developments ever since.
Following an increasing interest in their services from companies established abroad, Hansen Law decided to open a subsidiary in Malta in 2016 and respond to clients’ interest of having a close dialogue and co-operation regarding day-to-day operations of their businesses.
Hansen’s services in the betting and gaming sector include: M&A, regulatory advice, IP, technology and licensing, sponsorship agreements, other commercial agreements (such as affiliate, white label and service provider agreements), corporate finance, dispute resolution and EU and competition law.