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Malta Gaming Authority's General Counsel resigns to take job in the private sector


The Malta Gaming Authority announced Friday that its General Counsel, Dr. Yanica Sant, has resigned and will be taking up a role in the private sector. 

According to a statement released by the MGA, Sant will remain in office until February 2022, fulfilling functions that the Authority’s management considers to not give rise to any real or apparent conflict of interest. She will not be performing any regulatory, inspectorate or enforcement duties. 

With immediate effect, she no longer forms part of any internal committees. 

“The MGA would like to thank Yanica for her sterling work over the last seven and a half years, and her invaluable contributions at all levels of the Authority’s hierarchy and to most high-level projects over that time, including notably the drafting of the regulatory framework which was published in 2018. We wish her the best of luck in her new endeavour, confident that she will continue to demonstrate the values which the MGA proudly upholds”, the MGA wrote in its official website.

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