Amber Gaming names Shaun Parmar as Business Development Manager

08th June 2020

Amber Gaming has strengthened its international team with the appointment of Shaun Parmar as Business Development Manager. Shaun will be based in Amber Gaming's Malta office and will be responsible for driving awareness and growth of the firm's licensing, regulatory compliance, corporate services, accounting and training solutions. 

Shaun has a wealth of experience in corporate development, account management and client relations, having previously held the position of Senior Account Manager at Fluid Branding in Malta. 

Ted Pepper, Managing Director of Amber Gaming, said: 'I am delighted to welcome Shaun to the team. He has a real enthusiasm and talent for connecting client's needs and aspirations with the solutions that can help them. Our simple but powerful range of products and services help organisations protect their players, their staff and their bottom lines by ensuring compliance. Shaun will be key to helping prospective clients find that balance at which compliance and commercial benefit perfectly align.' 

Shaun Parmar added: 'I am honoured to join the Amber Gaming team and apply my passion for business development to an organisation with such a strong reputation for both quality and responsibility. During the current climate, I am particularly excited by the potential that Amber Gaming's Compliance Academy - our online compliance training product - has to help operators maintain high standards even while staff work from home.' 

To support gaming businesses working from home, Amber Gaming is offering online cyber security courses free of charge via its Compliance Academy as a goodwill campaign which Shaun is coordinating. 

Shaun continued: 'Being based in Malta means I can provide a personal link between the local industry and our multi-jurisdictional team of specialists. For me, it is a really exciting time to be joining such a dynamic company and I look forward to working closely with the rest of the team locally and internationally going forward.' 

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