Contributor Profile

Birgitte Sand

Job TitleDirector

Company NameDanish Gambling Authority

Birgitte Sand is Director of the Danish Gambling Authority. She took up her current position in 2008 after several years of work as a member of the Executive Board of the Copenhagen Tax Center. Birgitte Sand holds a master's degree in Law from the University of Copenhagen; 1985. She started her career in the Danish court of Taxation and moved on to a wide range of different tasks and management positions in the Ministry of Taxation covering legal advice on corporate tax structures and tax on private companies and property, the central IT department and projects regarding leadership, innovation, strategy, change of organizational structures and the development of a nationwide IT salary system. She was for many years also a member of the Board covering the nationwide planning of tax compliance projects. Since late 2011 Birgitte Sand has been a member of the International Association of Gaming Regulators (IAGR) Board of Trustees and chair of the IAGR Membership Subcommittee; she has served as Vice President of the association since October 2013 and served as IAGR President until October 2015. Birgitte Sand is a frequent speaker at international gambling conferences, where topics like the Danish model for gambling regulation and the Danish self-exclusion system are on the agenda. The international cooperation is very close to Birgitte Sand's heart, as well as creating a strong, dialogue based relationship between regulators and the industry. In 2017, Birgitte Sand received the award "European Regulator of the Year" from the International Masters of Gaming Law (IMGL). The prize is awarded to a person whose work with gambling regulation is particularly remarkable and Birgitte Sand received it for contributing to the high standard and regulation of the Danish gaming market and for her remarkable contributions to international regulatory work.

Conference Sessions

  • Harmony: Regulatory Pipe Dream or Is There a Path to Improvement?

    October 14, 2019, 11:15 AM - 12:00 PM, Titian 2303

    Are there solutions which allow companies seeking licensing in multiple jurisdictions to cut time and the costs of the application process? A mix of perspective...

    • Language: English

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