The Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC) today announced the appointment of Jorn Starck as its new Executive Director.
Jorn succeeds André Wilsenach, who will become the Executive Director at the newly established International Center for Gaming Regulation (ICGR) at the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV).
Lord Richard Faulkner, Chairman of the Commission, said:
"It was an easy decision to promote from within, and we are confident that under Jorn's leadership the AGCC will continue from strength to strength. Jorn has already over many years been a key player in the AGCC's success as an eGambling regulator, and we are excited about this new chapter in the AGCC's story."
"I am honoured to be offered this position and very excited about the opportunity to lead the AGCC. With the strong relationships I already have with industry, Government and other stakeholders, together with the support of the Commissioners and a very experienced team around me, I am very confident about the future of Alderney as an eGambling jurisdiction."
Notes to Editors
Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC) is an independent, non-political regulatory authority appointed by the States of Alderney, British Channel Islands, responsible for the regulation of eGambling since 2001.
Lord Richard Faulkner of Worcester is a member of the House of Lords in the United Kingdom, and has been Chairman of the Commission since May 2014.
- Jorn Starckjoined the AGCC in 2007. In 2011 he assumed the role of Director of Compliance and in 2014 was promoted to Director of Regulatory Operations. Prior to joining the AGCC Jorn worked in various parts of the eGambling industry, including betting and gaming operators and affiliates. During his 20-year career in the gambling industry he has held a wide range of senior and managerial roles, focusing primarily on online gambling.