The Executive Director of the Philippines Anti-Money Laundering Council and the Deputy Director General of the Vietnam Ministry of Finance are the two latest government officials to announce their participation in the ASEAN Gaming Summit 2020, taking place from 17-19 March 2020.
In the Philippines, the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing remains a frontline topic of discussion amongst Philippine lawmakers, and its impact on the country’s growing gaming industry will be felt this year.
In Vietnam, which is being seen as the next biggest opportunity for Asian integrated resort operators, hearing from one of the key stakeholders from the Ministry of Finance will shed light on how the government will manage growth and development of the industry.
The fourth ASEAN Gaming Summit is expected to be a very well attended event, with over 400 operators, suppliers and representatives from numerous licensing jurisdictions expected to be in attendance.
Held over three days, the addition of Mel Georgie B. Racela, Executive Director of the Philippines Anti Money Laundering Council and Nguyen Minh Tien, Deputy Director-General of the Ministry of Finance of Vietnam is big boost to the event. Especially as Vietnam is regarded as the next biggest opportunity for Asian integrated resort operators.
Nguyen Minh Tien will be participating in the panel discussion hosted by Ben Lee of IGamiX Consulting. For further information concerning this year’s ASEAN Gaming Summit, please click here.