The responsible gaming and AML specialist has expanded senior management with the appointment of a new non-executive director.
Gibraltar.- Crucial Compliance, which specialises in responsible gaming and anti-money laundering policy, has broadened its senior management team with the appointment of Wesley Taylor as non-executive director.
Taylor will be responsible for financial management and governance as well as sustainable development strategies.
He has previously had roles at EMI, in its systems and weapons division, at British Airways and in banking on the Isle of Man.
Crucial Compliance’s managing director Paul Foster said: “We are very proud to welcome Wesley to our board of directors. His vast commercial and financial experience will complement the team and we are happy to have his counsel and expertise to enhance our next phase of growth.
“This is a very important step for Crucial in expanding our footprint within the global industry.”
Taylor said: “I am delighted to join the board of Crucial Compliance. I have watched with interest over the last few months as the company has rapidly established itself as one of the leading authorities in the delivery of regulatory and corporate responsibility and compliance solutions.
“Joining the company at such an exciting stage in its development is a very exciting proposition, and I’m delighted to lend my support and oversight as the company continues to expand.”
In other safer gambling news, the UK’s Betting and Gaming Council last week announced its new measures to cut minors’ exposure to gambling advertising online.