Cedric Pietersz Joins Curacao Gambling Control Board as Managing Director

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The Supervisory Board of the Curacao Gaming Control Board (GCB) has elected to appoint Cedric Pietersz (pictured) as its new Managing Director.

On February 1, Pietersz will take up the position of Managing Director, overseeing the current licensing activity under the existing legislation and the transformation process upon enactment of the LOK.

Pietersz joins the GCB following 20 years at the Centrale Bank van Curacao en Sint Maarten (CBCS), serving in several functions including supervision and lastly as part of the management team. The experience gained during his extensive tenure will significantly bolster operational, anti-money laundering (AML) and regulatory compliance as Curacao enters its new jurisdictional era.

“I am honoured to join the Curacao Gaming Control Board at such a dynamic time,” Pietersz said. “I am confident that together with the team and the Supervisory Board we will strategically steer the GCB into a new era while delivering value to all stakeholders including the Minister of Finance.”

“The GCB is at a pivotal juncture and Cedric’s appointment marks the start of a transformative era,” the Chairman of the GCB Supervisory Board, Fons Simon, said. “With a proven record of exceptional service in the financial sector, he brings a unique blend of strategic foresight, regulatory prudence and operational excellence.”

Pietersz will be joining the GCB and the Ministry of Finance at ICE London on booth N9-260.

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