14 October 2019. The Malta Gaming Authority published guidelines in preparation of the United Kingdom’s exit (Brexit) from the European Union. The purpose of these guidelines is to provide an indication of the potential impact on the gaming industry operating in or from Malta, and the transitory measures that may be availed of in order to ensure minimal impact on regulatory efficiency and the ongoing business.
The salient points of the guidelines are as follows:
Notwithstanding the above, the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union will not impact a number of regulatory causes, and these include:
The MGA’s guidelines on the UK’s exit from the EU may be viewed on https://www.mga.org.mt/wp-content/uploads/MGA-Guidelines-on-the-Impact-of-the-UKs-Exit-from-the-European-Union.pdf
This article was written by Reuben Portanier and Terence Cassar.
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