Daniela Speranza has left her role as head of compliance at major iGaming operator Betsson to join PressEnter Group as director of compliance.
Headquartered in Malta, PressEnter specialises in the online casino industry by providing entertainment through its gaming products. It operates six casino assets, namely JustSpin, Rapid Casino, NitroCasino, UltraCasino, NeonVegas and 21.com.
She occupied the head of compliance role at Betsson for three years and is regarded as a highly experienced gaming professional, having also worked at other operators, such as Tipico and Cherry Ltd. Prior to her entry into the iGaming sector, Ms Speranza worked in the German automotive industry.
In her new role at PressEnter, she is tasked with supporting the company’s expansion into regulated markets worldwide by interpreting new and emerging iGaming regulations.
CEO at PressEnter Lahcene Merzoug, commenting on the appointment, said:
“Compliance is a key pillar of any regulated markets operator, and we want to ensure that we not only meet but exceed the standards set in each of the jurisdictions we target or plan to target.
“Daniela is one of the most accomplished compliance specialists in the industry, and her experience and expertise complement our extremely scalable business, ensuring we are fully compliant at all times.”
On her part, Ms Speranza commented:
“I am delighted to be joining PressEnter Group, who have an incredible work culture, and to be able to use my experience and knowledge to help turn compliance requirements into a competitive advantage.
“Along with the team, I am looking forward to ensuring the company meets the highest levels of compliance while also unlocking greater business insights with PressEnters continuous growth plans.”
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