Ex-GSC inspector Nick Bowden joins SolutionsHub as Head of Regulatory Affairs

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Douglas-based regulatory service SolutionsHub has appointed former Gambling Supervision Commission Inspector Nick Bowden as Head of Regulatory Affairs.

Nick spent much of his career in new business and compliance management roles, before becoming an Inspector for the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission (GSC) in September 2020, where he gained invaluable insight into gambling regulation and the application of policy.

Nick graduated from university with a BSc degree in Health & Sport Studies, has since gone on to complete the International Compliance Association Specialist Certificate in Money Laundering Risk in Betting & Gaming and is currently studying towards the International Diploma in AML.

SolutionsHub helps companies with regulatory and licensing processes in the blockchain and gambling industries and has an unrivalled track record of success in helping clients acquire gambling licences and designated business registrations.

Nick said: “I greatly enjoyed my time at the GSC and worked with a wonderful team, so the decision to move was not an easy one, but SolutionsHub are one of the most trusted names in the industry and developed a reputation for leading new markets, especially blockchain and esports. I’m excited to get started in my new role as Head of Regulatory Affairs and to be working with such an innovative team, driving new markets and promoting the Isle of Man as the premier jurisdiction for the location, regulation and administration of gaming companies.”

SolutionsHub Chief Executive Officer Lee Hills said: “We are always looking for talented, results-driven people and Nick fits the profile perfectly. As a former Inspector, Nick brings a wealth of knowledge and is a fabulous resource for our clients, so we are thrilled to have him onboard.”

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