Tag Archives: KPMG
- Evolution and Expansion in eGaming – KPMG in Gibraltar eSummit report published
July 4, 2017
Following another industry-leading eSummit in Gibraltar, KPMG are delighted to announce the publication of their report online. Providing a comprehensive overview of the event, the report reflects on the key challenges and opportunities facing the industry at this pivotal time, in a climate of shifting politics. Covering aspects such as...
- 2017 Gibraltar eSummit depicts a bright future for the industry
March 30, 2017
The glittering Sunborn Hotel in Gibraltar was the location for KPMG’s 7th annual eSummit in Gibraltar on the 23rd March. Attended by nearly 300 delegates, the event featured over 40 keynote speakers and experts from the world of eBusiness. This summit marks the 15th in a series hosted by KPMG across the Isle...
- KPMG Appointed To Support The Development And Introduction Of The New Scheme
August 15, 2016
The Remote Gambling Association (RGA) announced today that it has retained the services of KPMG to (i) undertake a scoping study which will help to shape the development of NOSES; and (ii) to support and advise the RGA during the implementation process. In February this year the Gambling Commission wrote...
- William Hill Online shuffles senior exec ranks, hires KPMG to assess technology
June 21, 2016
UK-listed bookmaker William Hill has embarked on a wholesale revamp of its online operations’ senior management structure in a bid to shore up the once dominant division. In May, Hills released a trading update that included a lackluster performance by its William Hill Online division. In the same update, Hills...
- KPMG study says point-of-consumption tax would backfire on UK government
September 18, 2013
The UK’s proposed 15% point-of-consumption (POC) tax on online gambling gross profits will not only fail to achieve its stated aims of protecting consumers, it could put UK-facing operators out of business. Those were the conclusions of a KPMG report commissioned by the Remote Gambling Association (RGA), which is seeking...
- Europe’s Hand Being Forced Out of Cookie Jar
April 17, 2012
On May 26 a new piece of legislation will be introduced which stands to have a huge impact on the European iGaming industry. The legislation in question is the Privacy and Communications Directive which will require users to provide their permission to any website that they visit to drop or...
KPMG study says point-of-consumption tax would backfire on UK government
September 18, 2013