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Paul is a researcher and lecturer in the School of Psychology at the University of Adelaide where he teaches learning theory and statistics. He has published around 300 papers, reports and book chapters in a range of topics, including: the psychology of gambling, child protection and child welfare and has been a regular advisor to State and Federal Government departments over the last 15 years. He has worked in a number of areas of gambling research: population prevalence studies; adolescent gambling; erroneous beliefs about gambling; and, the structural characteristics of gaming machines and how they affect behaviour. He has also conducted research and written review papers relating to gambling co-morbidity and gambling harm.
Dale Fuga is the Chief Operating Officer of the Liquor and Gaming Authority of Manitoba (formerly Manitoba Gaming Control Commission). Dale is responsible for all operational units within the Authority including Gaming Integrity, Gaming Compliance and Corporate Services (Finance and Information Technology).
Dale has been involved with gaming regulation since 1987 when he began as an Auditor with the Manitoba Lotteries Foundation, subsequently serving as Audit Manager; Manager of Licensing and Audit; and Director of Licensing Services. In 1997 he was transferred to the newly created Manitoba Gaming Control Commission as Chief Financial Officer and Director of Licensing and Registration. He assumed the Chief Operating Officer’s role in June, 1999.
In addition to serving on the IAGR Board of Trustees, Dale has been an active member of North American Gaming Regulators Association (NAGRA) since 1989 and served as its President on two occasions. He served as a Director from 2000 to 2004 and from 2006 to 2008 which included terms as President in 2002/03 and 2006/07. Other positions previously held within the organization include Chair of the NAGRA Past Presidents’ Council, Co-Chair of the Internet Gaming Committee, and Chair of the Casino Gaming Committee. Dale also served on the Bingo Standards Committee, the Audit Committee, and the Nominating Committee. He is also an active participant with the Canadian Association of Gaming Regulatory Agencies (CAGRA). Dale has been a speaker and/or session facilitator at many conferences including NAGRA, CAGRA, IAGR, G2E and the Canadian Gaming Summit.
Dale is a Certified Management Accountant and has a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Manitoba.
Dale is a member of the IAGR Board of Trustees, served as Vice President in 2016 and currently serves as President of the Association.
Steven Münchenberg is a Director at Futureye. He has over 30 years’ public policy experience in both the public and private sectors. For the last 20 years he has worked directly to the chief executives and chairs of Australia’s largest companies. Steven was previously the CEO of the Australian Bankers’ Association, Chairman of the International Banking Federation and Chairman of the Finance Sector Council of Australia. Prior to that, he led government relations for a major bank during the financial crisis.
Before joining the finance sector, Steven was Deputy CEO of the Business Council of Australia and an inaugural member of the Australian Stock Exchange’s Corporate Governance Council. Steven previously worked in the minerals and energy sector, including as CEO of an environment focussed not-for-profit. He began his career in government as a policy maker and regulator.
Teck Wang has been the General Counsel of the Casino Regulatory Authority of Singapore (CRA) since 2009. With the opening of the two Integrated Resorts in Singapore in 2010 (Marina Bay Sands and Resorts Word @ Sentosa), Teck Wang has been responsible for leading the legal team to assist CRA to develop and operationalise the legal and regulatory regime for casino gambling in Singapore.
Prior to joining the CRA, Teck Wang was a Partner in Singapore’s oldest law practice, Rodyk & Davidson LLP which was founded in 1861. Teck Wang was a partner in Rodyk’s Litigation and Arbitration Practice Group, with close to 10 years of experience as a private practitioner. Teck Wang’s legal practice focused on a Banking and Insolvency Law, and well as Construction Law. Teck Wang has extensive experience in litigation in before the Singapore Supreme Court as counsel, as well as in international commercial arbitrations.