The National Casino Industry Forum is pleased to announce that Malcolm Moss has agreed to accept the Chair of NCiF. He will lead NCiF's efforts to position the UK casino industry at the centre of the wider leisure sector. An Executive Deputy Chair will continue to be appointed from industry leaders within the membership to support Mr Moss.
Roy Ramm, compliance and risk management director for LCI and director of the UK trade body the National Casino Industry Forum (NCiF), calls on Westminster's ministers to revisit the flawed and wasteful provisions of the 2005 Gambling Act.
The new chairman of the National Casino Industry Forum, LCI's Michael Silberling, wants to see more a more positive understanding of the UK casino industry. He would also like a stake and prize review for all B category machines, more machines in casinos and a more liberal policy on licensing.
NCiF now represents around 93 per cent of the UK industry, including all the major operators and a number of the independents.
New Members Join NCiF
NCiF is pleased to announce in the last two weeks that the Corinthian Casino, Glasgow, Global Cash Access and TCSJohn Huxley Europe Ltd have all joined the National Casino Industry Forum.
As well as representing over 93% of operators including all the major casino companies and some smaller operators, NCiF Associate membership now includes, professionals, academics, suppliers and event organisers to the industry. In the next few weeks we hope to publish an update piece in the trade press to inform the wider gaming industry of NCiF's reach and influence.
Press Release NCiF
Prevalence Study Response UK land based casinos are still the safest place to gamble The members of NCiF welcome the findings of this study as they relate to the land-based casino gaming industry.
The study once again reinforces - the now widely acknowledged view - that the land based British casino industry is amongst the most effective in the world in offering customers a safe and enjoyable gaming environment and in the way it deals with issues of social responsibility and customer care.