888 names Andrew Anthony as responsible gaming director Topics: Legal & compliance People Strategy Email Address Regions: Europe US Anthony added that he was thrilled to take on a role he described as at the centre of how 888 operates.“In particular, I am looking forward to working together with my industry peers and stakeholders so we can share ideas and promote best practice initiatives,” he said. 13th February 2019 | By contenteditor Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter London-listed 888 Holdings has promoted Andrew Anthony, a 15-year veteran of the operator’s finance department, to lead player protection efforts as its new responsible gaming director. London-listed 888 Holdings has promoted Andrew Anthony to lead its player protection efforts as its new responsible gaming director.Anthony (pictured) will oversee the continuous improvement of 888’s responsible gaming operations, systems and processes as the new division head, reporting to senior vice president and head of customer risk management Yaniv Schwartz.The operator’s responsible gambling team uses Observer, a proprietary player behaviour monitoring tool that flags unusual or concerning activity to the team, which is then tasked with deciding the most appropriate way to interact with that customer.As well as managing the team and the Observer system, Anthony will also collaborate with industry stakeholder groups and regulatory bodies to develop safer gambling initiatives and improve industry standards.He has spent more than 15 years with the operator, holding various roles within its finance team, including leading its finance compliance and applications unit.“During the course of his career at 888, Andrew has gained numerous insights into the behavior of the Company’s player base,” Schwartz said. “In addition to this, he brings a wealth of quantitative experience and methodology to his new role heading up our responsible gaming team.”“888 strives to ensure that those for whom our games are not intended will not be drawn into the gaming environment and that those customers who develop a gambling problem are quickly identified and helped,” Schwartz continued. “I am looking forward to the successful delivery of the responsible gaming initiatives we have planned and continuing to drive Responsible Gaming culture throughout the organisation.” Tags: Online Gambling AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Legal & compliance
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Mary Immaculate College, LimerickPicture: Liam Burke/Press 22MARY Immaculate College this week celebrated the 21st anniversary of its ever-popular Liberal Arts degree programme.The course is Limerick’s oldest Liberal Arts programme and has launched the careers of a number of familiar faces such as RTÉ’s Daithí O’Sé, Morning Ireland reporter, Petula Martyn and Limerick Arts Officer, Sheila Deegan.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Ms Deegan, who enrolled on the first ever year of the programme said: “I loved every minute of my time as a student on the BA programme in MIC and since I completed the programme both my sister-in-law and my brother have completed the BA as mature students and currently my niece is in fourth year in the BA programme.“The importance of this course being available in Limerick is obvious by the Deegan contingent alone. I hope it is around for another 21 years.”Ms Martyn said the Liberal Arts course was “a natural fit” for her.“My goal was to work in broadcast journalism but I chose not to study for that profession straight after the Leaving Cert. I knew I needed a broader education and MIC offered me that and more.“I studied Media, English, French and Philosophy for the first two years, and chose Media and English as my final degree subjects. In each of these subjects we were encouraged to think critically – to analyse the subject matter, to ask questions, to look at it from different angles. These are skills that I use every day as a reporter with Morning Ireland.”The BA in Liberal Arts was first introduced to Mary Immaculate College in 1992 following the establishment of a link with UL and it has been running successfully ever since.The programme is now a four-year degree accredited by UL.The subjects available vary from languages to widely available subjects such as History, Mathematics and Computer Studies.There are also subjects not normally taught in Arts programmes in Ireland, namely Theology and Religious Studies, Media and Communication Studies and Psychology. Is fearr Gaeilge bhriste ná Béarla cliste Advertisement WhatsApp Facebook Celebrating a ground breaking year in music from Limerick Previous articleAladdin is king at UCH’s 2013/4 pantomimeNext articleSenior football Championship preview John Keoghhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Twitter Print TAGSLiberal ArtsMary Immaculate CollegeMusic Limerick RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Linkedin Limerick’s Student Radio Station Wired FM Celebrates 25 Years on Air New Report from MIC Reveals the Reality of Human Trafficking in Ireland Week-long Celebration of Women as MIC Marks International Women’s Day Limerick Post Show | Is fearr Gaeilge bhriste ná Béarla cliste News21 years of liberal arts at Mary IBy John Keogh – September 5, 2013 877 Email