Lifland Gaming Group
10A Ganību dambis, Riga, Latvia
Manage the legal, regulatory and compliance issues.
Provide legal support to the organization.
Assist with meeting strategic business goals while managing risk.
Implement and manage policies, procedures, and guidelines to ensure compliance with applicable legal requirements, including operations and product.
Manage external legal consultancy.
Maintain a close working relationship with the group’s finance department, including tax issues.
Manage overall regulatory risk, government relations and relations with business organisations.
Responsible for the company’s compliance with applicable gaming regulations.
Proactively identifying legal and compliance issues and concerns in relation to external regulations and internal procedures.
Co-ordinate procurement of and relations with external law firms for the Company Group.
Manage and oversee the legal part of M&A projects.
Law degree together with minimum 3 to 5 years professional experience gained in-house or in a leading private practice.
Extensive experience in highly regulated markets such as Gambling, Banking, Forex or similar.
Fluent English speaker. Additional language skills are highly recommended.
Excellent interpersonal and team skills combined with proven written and verbal negotiation and communication skills.
Ability to work independently and manage your own workload while being part of a motivated
Organized, commercially minded, bright and fast learner, with flexible attitude and able to work in a fast-paced, international business environment.
The opportunity to improve and participate in the company’s development.
Dynamic work in rapidly growing international company with personal development possibilities.
Spacious office and casual environment.
Opportunity for career development.
Fully stocked kitchen and outdoor terrace, beach volleyball court, private parking (including bicycles).
This position is based in Riga. Please send your CV and motivation letter in English to firstname.lastname@example.org with a subject line « General counsel» . Deadline for applying: April 2, 2017 at 12.00. Your application will be handled confidentially.
Evoke is looking to hire an experienced iGaming General Counsel to join their team in Malta. The function of the General Counsel is to be responsible for all legal, regulatory, and legal compliance matters in the group.
As a General Counsel you will be responsible for:
Managing the legal, regulatory and compliance matters within the organization;
Developing and maintaining the portfolio of gaming licenses held by the Company;
Handling the Company’s litigation matters;
Reviewing business contracts and agreements (including handling communication with third parties);
Analysing and minimising risks in relation to negotiation of terms and conditions;
Implement and manage policies, procedures, and guidelines to ensure compliance with applicable legal requirements;
Managing all external legal services;
Assisting with compliance audits;
Ensuring that the Company is compliant with different jurisdictions both on a local and international level;
Ensuring all new clients onboarding is in accordance to the KYC / DD legislative requirements and with the internal policies and procedures;
Implementing, operating and monitoring of the risk management framework
Assisting with mitigation of risks to which the Company may be exposed
Education & Experience
Professional Law degree with a minimum of 2 years of working experience within the igaming industry;
Fluent in English, both verbally and writing;
Must be customer oriented with the ability to keep the company's interests at the forefront;
Ability to travel when required;
Payments & Cards Network
Location : Amsterdam, Netherlands
About the client
Fraud Detection techniques are becoming ever more dynamic and ground breaking. There are many companies established and new which are solely focussing their efforts on supplying merchants with top of the range fraud products. I am currently looking for a Senior Fraud consultant who can present, analyse and teach fraud solutions to merchants and to internal stakeholders.
This role will require a professional who has experience in fraud for sure (but someone who has some war stories to show with emphatic results would be the real focus). A vertical focus for this role is not essential, in fact the wider the experience the better….Gaming, Travel, Retail, High Risk, etc… the key thing to note is that this companies fraud product is built by a mixture of merchant and service professionals. Meaning the product itself is highly tailored to the merchants pains.
Questions to ask yourself
From a UX point of view – what would you change about the Fraud Detection tools you have used? How would you make these changes? (remember for this role you need just as much knowledge about the backend as you do the frontend)
What products or rules have you created/implemented for your business which have given tremendous results to the merchants (money saving? Fraud detected? Conversion ratios?)
How have you distinguished which products / rules are best to use? (I am hoping you are going to give examples of big data query writing / crunching and the type of analytics you made)
Presenting is a large part of this role. How do you present to small and large crowds? What has been your most successful presentation so far? Why?
In similar remark … what trainings have you given? What was the feedback you received? (I hope this is presentation about fraud)
Things to keep in mind
This job requires a lot of travel (30%)
You must speak English
Leadership is a part of the role … you will be expected to guide and lead at least 1 other consultant
I know this is cliche to say but Time-Keeping is a real strong focus in this role. The number of clients you will have will be vast and client interaction is essential. So please keep this in mind.
London, United Kingdom
ComplianceOnline, a legal, regulatory and compliance information solutions provider and publisher, under the brand names GamblingCompliance and PaymentsCompliance, is looking to recruit a Legal and Research Analyst with gambling law/industry experience to work with a team of international legal analysts in London.
Develop, edit, draft content focused on gambling laws and regulations. These will include: legal updates, elearning courses, regulatory reports, practical content for clients and other similar content.
Experience in gambling law and/or gambling industry is required. Applicants with experience of working within a legal/compliance/regulatory team within a company are preferred.
Excellence in legal research across different subjects and, ideally, different geographies.
Specialise in topic/ geographic areas and develop expertise in these areas while maintaining broad regulatory and industry knowledge and awareness.
Knowledge or specialism in EU law is preferred.
Form part of an expert international team of legal analysts.
Assist the Legal and Research Managers, and other team members, with new content initiatives and projects among other matters.
Develop relationships with lawyers in private practice and in-house counsel and industry groups.
Assist with additional editorial-related and research projects, as needed.
International travel may be required.
Qualified lawyers or those who are not qualified but have legal education (Masters and beyond), or equivalent, are able to apply.
In addition to excellent English, fluency in a language other than English is required. Swedish, Greek, Spanish, Portuguese or Polish fluency is preferred however applicants with other language skills will be considered.