Alderney appoints new eCommerce Director
The States of Alderney is pleased to announce the appointment of Susan O'Leary as its Director of eCommerce.
The States of Alderney is pleased to announce the appointment of Susan O'Leary as its Director of eCommerce. Susan will concentrate primarily on promoting the jurisdiction as the centre of choice for eGambling operators under the regulatory regime of the Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC).
Susan joins in August 2015 from Collas Crill, a leading offshore law firm, where she was a key member of the eCommerce and eGambling team. She is well known in the industry where she represented Collas Crill on Team Alderney, the private sector group that assists with the promotion of the jurisdiction. Susan has very detailed knowledge of the market and what it can offer operators and also has existing strong relationships with local service providers, licensees and the AGCC.
Susan says: "I am delighted to take up this position and, having represented some of the world's leading eGambling operators and gambling service providers over the years, including many of Alderney's licensees, I have a keen sense of what operators and gambling service providers require. I look forward to representing Alderney in this fast-paced and ever-changing industry, and to building on the excellent relationships developed over many years with local and international operators, regulators and service providers."
Bob McDowall, on behalf of the Alderney Government says: "Susan brings with her energy, experience and a strong belief in the future of Alderney as a centre for eGambling. The States of Alderney is confident that with this appointment, it has both the leadership and support structure to build on current initiatives and to develop new directions which will ensure future sustainability and growth."
Note to Editors:
Bob McDowallis a member of the States of Alderney and sits on the Board of Alderney eGambling Limited (AeGL), a company wholly owned by the States of Alderney through which promotional activities to attract new operators are undertaken. However, requests for further information about this appointment should be addressed to LRD.
In the interim, until Susan takes up the post, Hannah Hayward, who for the past 12 months has been working with the States of Alderney supporting the commercial activities of existing operators, is covering the responsibilities of AeGL. Operators interested in locating to the jurisdiction can contact Hannah at: email@example.com or tel: office +44 (0) 1481 726276, mobile +44 (0) 7911 724 491.