“Our 2017 program agenda focuses on critical issues facing gaming, with the discussions benefitting from the deep experience of our international panelists,” said Mark Clayton, a shareholder with Greenberg Traurig and co-chair of the International Gaming Summit committee. “As gaming continues to expand globally, staying abreast of critical issues like the latest anti-money laundering and financial crime prevention initiatives or the challenges faced by operators when evaluating player data and data privacy protections is critical to operating successfully in our diverse and changing industry.”

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