Dietmar Hoscher Resigns from ECA

Dietmar Hoscher Resigns from ECA

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European gambling expert Dietmar Hoscher has resigned from his role as vice chairman and board member of the European Casino Association (ECA) with immediate effect due to serious health reasons.

Hoscher has been involved in the ECA Board of Directors since 2011. Within the ECA Board, he oversaw two Working Groups, namely on Responsible Gambling and Corporate Social Responsibility, as well as on Legal and Regulatory Affairs.

Hoscher initiated and supervised many projects that have contributed to shape the ECA of today. He was the initiator and behind the development of the ECA Responsible Gambling Framework. He represented the ECA in hearings of the European Parliament, particularly in the field of anti-money laundering, and was restless in his efforts to promote the value of the licensed European land-based casino industry for society.

“Mr Hoscher was an important leader within the ECA, always focused on the topics that challenge our industry – Illegal, unlicensed gambling, money laundering, the protection of consumers, to name the most important ones. The sustainability of the licensed casino industry was a mission for him and he made sure the ECA became a member of the UN Global Compact as the first and only gambling trade organisation. He was a dedicated representative of the ECA brand and was invited as a speaker to many of the major gambling congresses worldwide. We will miss him, but we understand his decision. We wish him all the best for his future endeavors,” Per Jaldung, Chairman of ECA, said.

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