Magali Clavie takes over from Etienne Marique as the President of the country’s gaming regulator.
Belgium.- Magali Clavie has been appointed as the new President of the Belgian Gaming Commission (BGC).
Clavie will replace Etienne Marique and will be assisted by Eva De Koninck, who was recently appointed as Interim Director of the organisation.
Clavie is a magistrate and a former President of the Superior Council of Justice, and will take on the role with immediate effect.
According to IGamingBusiness, the BGC said Clavie would use this time to enhance her knowledge of the gaming sector, with a view to developing and expanding on her vision for the regulator.
This includes developing a ‘Commission 2.0’, which will assume responsibility for the protection of players and control of the regulated gaming sector.
It is not the first personnel change at the BGC this year.
In March, Kevin Schofield was named as the new Director of Communications and Digital.