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Rui Pinto Proença appointed Global Chair of the Lex Mundi Gaming Solution

Sunday, 15 April 2018 15:09
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Rui Pinto Proença, partner in Macau law firm MdME, has been appointed Global Chair of the Lex Mundi Gaming Solution – a network of law firms covering more than 25 jurisdictions around the world.

The new role will see Proença providing leadership to the group in collaboration with Lex Mundi’s regional leads.

“I am delighted to be taking on this role at such an exciting time for the industry,” Proença told Inside Asian Gaming. “The Lex Mundi Gaming Solution is now the largest network of gaming law firms, covering more than 25 jurisdictions around the world. Being the global chair is a great challenge.

“The gaming industry has never been as global and it is important that business strategies are supported across a multitude of jurisdictions, with both local knowledge and international standards. I am confident that the quality of our member firms and our seamless service protocols will allow us to bring great value to our clients in years to come”.

The Lex Mundi gaming solution reflects the collective insight, knowledge and experience of the premier member firms of the Lex Mundi Gaming Law Practice in both matured and emergent gaming jurisdictions.

It allows our lawyers to stay on top of industry, regulatory and jurisdictional issues that impact clients’ strategies and tactical approaches to their businesses in a global context. 

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