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Phillip Easthill Is Now the Secretary-General of European Boating Industry


Phillip Easthill steps down as the Secretary-General of the European Casino Association (ECA). He has served ECA for three years. His main work involved strengthening the position of ECA in Brussels and beyond.

Easthill is starting his new career as the Secretary-General of the Boating Industry. Per Jaldung, the chairman of ECA said that during his time as Secretary-General, Easthill showed a high level of professionalism. He brought the ECA members and partners into commitment and dedication. With him, they were able to achieve their goals by positioning the association as a key stakeholder.

In his tenure, Easthill focused on key issues in the industry, such as tackling illegal gambling, anti-money laundering and also cooperate social responsibilities. He also improved the perception of the licensed land-based casino sector.

He added that Easthill had left the association in a strong position to move into future growth. He indicated confidence in him. Jaldung believes that Eashill will be a real asset to the European Boating Industry. Jaldung stated that it’s now their turn to advance the excellent work and continue defending and promoting the interest of the sector.

Source: https://europeangaming.eu/portal/latest-news/2019/09/17/54419/philip-easthill-steps-down-as-secretary-general-of-eca/


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