ECA Appoints Tiina Siltanen as Vice Chair

By | December 22, 2022
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The European Casino Association (ECA), during its recent Board Meeting held in Finland on December 15, has agreed the appointment of Tiina Siltanen as Vice Chair of the association.

Held in conjunction with the first anniversary of the Veikkaus Casino Tampere, the Board of the European Casino Association gathered in Finland to discuss plans and to set the course for 2023; including the preparation and organisation of the ECA Annual General Assembly, which will be held during ICE London in February.

“To prepare for the challenges facing our sector in the coming years, from the fight against illegal gambling to the promotion of our industry on the global stage, it is vitally important that we strengthen the leadership of the ECA. I am therefore pleased that the Board has unanimously approved the appointment of Tiina Siltanen as the Association’s Vice Chair. I will be stepping down as Chairman of the ECA at the next General Assembly and this appointment ensures strong leadership and robust support for my successor,” Per Jaldung, Chairman of the ECA, said.

The ECA’s leadership team consists of Per Jaldung, the current Chairman of the ECA and Tiina Siltanen, General Manager Casino Helsinki & Tampere, as the newly appointed Vice Chair, as well as Pascal Camia, Chief Operating Officer Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer and Senior Vice Chair of the ECA. The leadership team is supported by seven additional board members and the Secretary General responsible for day-to-day operations.

“I am very proud of the trust the ECA board has placed in me and look forward to my new role in the ECA. It is not a new start for me, as I have been on the ECA Board for two years. Still, there are topics of special importance, particularly concerning the ECA’s international events, human resource issues focused upon diversity and inclusion, and the overall reputation of the licensed casino sector to which I would like to devote attention in my new role,” Tiina Siltanen said.

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