Strive Gaming Paul Caruana Turner

iGaming technology provider Strive Gaming has announced its appointment of Paul Caurana Turner as vice president of compliance.

A seasoned compliance professional, Dr Caruana Turner has broad experience in the iGaming industry, heaving held compliance roles at PressEnter Group, Betway and Nolimit City in the last year alone. Prior to entering the iGaming industry, he served Grant Thornton Malta as assistant manager for regulatory, corporate and financial services.

He also brings a strong educational pedigree to the role, including an MA in Financial Services, Banking, Corporate, Finance, and Securities Law.

Additionally, he holds a Personal Management Licence from the UK Gambling Commission, meaning he is certified to hold management positions at UK licensed firms. He is also an approved Key Function Holder by the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA).

Strive Gaming is a recently launched supplier targeting the North American market. The start-up has named former Kambi Group CCO Max Meltzer as its CEO, alongside his former colleague Damian Xuereb who will serve as CCO at the company.

Announcing Dr Caruana Turner’s appointment on social media, the company said it was “delighted” to welcome him aboard, and added: “2022 is set to be a phenomenal year for the business and we look forward to Paul helping us achieve our goals.”

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