1 September 2013

In this edition there are a number of contributions updating readers on important developments in various jurisdictions including the Republic of Ireland, France and the United Kingdom as well as a comprehensive review of the position in Norway. We also have a thought-provoking article on the regulation of binary options, a product showing considerable growth in recent years but in relation to which regulatory inconsistency prevails, and an article focusing on opportunities for capital investment in the remote gambling sector. 

Lead Stories: 
Latest Developments in French Gaming Regulation
The United Kingdom: Licensing and taxation on a point of consumption basis
The Remote gambling industry as a potential market for capital investors
Norwegian Jurisdiction profile
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