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Compliance




Wisewould Mahony Lawyers
Description

With many years experience in the club sector, WML are specialists in club gaming and liquor licensing As well they can provide general legal advice and assist clubs with any redevelopment of Rules as a result of changes to the Incorporated Associations Act.

Phone
03 9612 7353
BSP Lawyers
Description

Elizabeth Priddle, Alison Elverd and the team at BSP Lawyers have expertise in all matters relating to hospitality venues. They have a wealth of experience and can provide advice in relation to gaming matters, new venues, top ups, transacting and moving entitlements, compliance and regulatory work together with obtaining permits for more gaming machines and redeployments at venues. As well they can assist with transactional work, leasing and liquor licensing.
For more information, please contact Elizabeth or Alison on 03 9670 0722

Phone
03 9670 0722
DNS Speciality Services
Description

DNS Specialist Services offer dedicated support to gaming/hospitality businesses, to find solutions and unlock potential. Our unbiased approach to getting you results means we care about your business as if it were our own. Founded in 2018, DNS SS has grown to a team of over 20 hospitality consulting professionals; operating at all levels of a club from strategy and governance in the board room, to operations reviews in the keg room; and we provide advice across all functional areas from business planning, marketing strategy and execution, gaming strategy, F&B operations, feasibility studies, IT & systems advice, and HR advisory.

 

Phone
0439 940 007 (Tom)
GovLaw
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Description

GOVLAW offers legal and compliance advice on anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing (AML/CTF) law, at discounted rates for CCV members.

Phone
0411 879 943
Gaming Technologies Association
Description

The Gaming Technologies Association (GTA), the representative body for Australia's gaming machine technology suppliers, is pleased to announce a strategic partnership with Community Clubs Victoria (CCV), the peak representative body representing Victorian Clubs.

For 30 years, the GTA has been working with governments to ensure a vibrant, responsible and sustainable gaming entertainment industry for players and customers. This partnership marks a milestone in both organisations' missions to drive and develop sustainable and forward-thinking policies that align with the evolving regulatory landscape both in Victoria and Australia.

As part of this collaboration, GTA and CCV will combine their expertise and advocacy efforts to provide policy leadership and support responsible gaming, harm mitigation and anti-money laundering efforts for the betterment of the gaming and hospitality sectors.

GTA is the owner and organiser of the Australasian Gaming Expo, held annually in Sydney.

To learn more, visit www.gamingta.com and www.austgamingexpo.com