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National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms

Money and Mental Health Policy Institute virtual conferenceĀ for financial services professionals, sharing the latest evidence and best practice in preventing gambling harms (MMHPI)

Updates

May 2022

A second half-day conference was held on 2 November 2021. Coming nearly a year after the government announced a review of the Gambling Act 2010, discussions explored the progress made since the 2020 event, the emerging challenges experienced across the sector and the changing external gambling landscape. Speakers included Chris Philp MP, DCMS Minister for Tech and Digital Economy, Charles Randell CBE, Chair of the Financial Conduct Authority, cross-sector experts and experts by experience. It was another successful event with over 160 attendees taking part on the day. 2020 event: https://www.moneyandmentalhealth.org/event/financial-services-gambling-conference/

2021 event: https://www.moneyandmentalhealth.org/event/conference-how-financial-services-can-tackle-gambling-harm/

November 2020

The half day MMHPI conference took place on Tuesday 13 October. The Policy Institute were joined by a range of high-profile speakers for this event, including politicians, experts by experience and leading mental health practitioners. It was a very positive turnout, with over 230 registrations and 150 attendees on the day.

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