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The European Casino Association (ECA) has elected a new Board of Directors. Voting took place at the ECA General Assembly, held on June 28 via video conference.


The ECA General Assembly voting results:

Chair: Per Jaldung (CEO, Casino Cosmopol – Sweden)

Vice Chair: Pascal Camia (Executive Vice President of the Gaming Activity, Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer)


Vice Chair: Bettina Glatz-Kremsner (General Director Casinos Austria AG and Austrian Lotteries)

Treasurer: Thomas Schenk (Chief Compliance Officer, Deutscher Spielbankenverband e.V.)

Board Member: Guido Berghmans (Director-General, CASINO 2OOO – Luxembourg)


Board Member: Laurent Lassiaz (CEO, JOA Group – France)

Board Member: Marc Friedrich (Director, Swiss Casino Federation)

Board Member: Erwin Van Lambaart (CEO, Holland Casino)


Board Member: Domi De Wilde (Belgian Casino Association)

Board Member: Tiina Siltanen (General Manager, Casino Helsinki)

Votes from the General Assembly have been gathered and for the first time two vice chairs have joined the ECA Board. Bettina Glatz-Kremser doubles down on her former Board Member role by joining Pascal Camia to confidently steer the direction of the association. Thomas Schenk has been re-elected as ECA Treasurer for an additional term and the ECA extended a warm welcome to three new Board Members, Erwin van Lambaart, CEO Holland Casino, Domi De Wilde, Belgian Casino Association and Tiina Siltanen, General Manager, Casino Helsinki.


“The ECA is delighted to welcome three new members to the Board at this year’s General Assembly. The breadth of experience and knowledge that every Board Member brings to their role is vital for the recovery of the land-based casino sector, and I am very grateful to Domi, Tiina and Erwin for committing their time and energy to the ECA. And I am especially pleased that Bettina Glatz-Kremsner has stepped into the Vice Chair role alongside Pascal Camia. Having the ability to call upon two such dedicated and experienced casino industry professionals is an invaluable resource for the ECA,” Per Jaldung said.

“I am honoured by the faith and trust placed in me by the ECA membership. I look forward to fulfilling my additional duties as Vice Chair during this exceptionally difficult period for the land-based casino sector as we meet and adapt to the challenges of sustainability, responsibility, safety and inclusion,” Bettina Glatz-Kremsner said.

The ECA also thanked its partners and sponsors for their unstinting support of the association during the ongoing crisis.


“I would like to thank all of our partners and sponsors for their continued support of the ECA during the exceptional circumstances of the past year. As the European Casino Association continues to grow both in numbers and relevance, the support of our partners enables us to continue to provide a unified voice for the land-based casino sector that is heard at all levels of government, resonates with regulators and legislative bodies, and supports the message that this sector makes a valuable contribution to the local communities in which we operate. I would further like to thank all our members for their participation in the General Assembly and for their continued support throughout the year,” Hermann Pamminger, said.

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