MannBenham forms ‘specific advisory’ for transforming global gambling marketplace

Isle of Man-based law firm MannBenham has announced the formation of a new igaming-specific legal advisory, offering counsel on the changing dynamics impacting the global gambling sector.

The advisory has been developed by MannBenham to offer legal advice on new disciplines such as blockchain and cryptocurrencies, alongside further guidance on changing compliance directives impacting all industry stakeholders.

In its statement, MannBenham details that it has gathered a team with a ‘global cross-section of knowledge, jurisdictions and industry’, maintaining over 150 years combined experience in compliance, management consultancy, digital technology and business transformation.

The team will work closely with clients to drive growth and reduce risk through the optimisation of technology and process, the training and mentoring of key personnel and harmonisation of business functions.

Miles Benham – MannBenham

Miles Benham, Managing Director of MannBenham Advocates, commented: “We are really proud to expand the MannBenham group of companies with this new Advisory Team, it is certainly a great meeting of minds, knowledge and experience, covering multiple jurisdictions and business sectors.”

The newly formed MannBenham Advisory will be involved in their first official engagement at the MannBenham International Gaming Conference later next month. There is a theme running through on sector awareness and compliant responsibilities, be that responsible gaming, CSR or internal compliance.

“The event has been brought together to better promote the positive feelings around the Island gaming industry and provide help as opposed to hindrance, being positive, informative and directional as is evident from the number of speakers and the topics that will be covered,” Benham added. “We look forward to welcoming you to both the MannBenham Advisory and the gaming conference.”

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