The Dutch Gaming Authority is hiring for a new chairperson, with current incumbent René Jansen not standing for reappointment.
Kansspelautoriteit said Jansen is to retire in July 2024, with his replacement on the board of directors set to be appointed by the Minister for Legal Protection for a six-year term.
Jansen said: “In recent years I have committed myself to the KSA’s mission of safe play with great energy and pleasure.
“There are many great challenges for the new chairman. The KSA has an important role as a supervisor and enforcer in the various gaming markets.
“This management position is challenging, requires creativity, innovation and decisiveness, but above all has great social value.”