Dutch Regulatory CEO To Depart As Board To Take Over

Long-time Dutch Gaming Authority (KSA) chief executive Marja Appelman is stepping down, to be replaced by the regulator’s board of directors.

Appelman will leave on August 1 to become housing market director at the Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations after nearly five years as CEO of the KSA.

She took the job in September 2013 with the planned Remote Gaming Act about two years away from implementation, and will leave with the long-delayed legislation potentially still two years away.

She called the waiting period “frustrating but also interesting”.

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