France’s ANJ Announces Board Changes

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The French gambling regulator l’Autorité Nationale des Jeux (ANJ) has made changes to its nine-member board. Isabelle Falque Pierrotin will remain president but three members have been replaced.

Board members Éliane Houlette, Mario Blaise and Wilfried Sand-Zantman have chosen not to continue on the board. They have been replaced by Thomas de Ricolfis, Jean-Pierre Couteron and Isabelle Bordry.

De Ricolfis is a deputy director of the DCPJ, a financial crime department in the National Police. Meanwhile, Jean-Pierre Couteron is the administrator of France’s Fédération Addiction service and an expert in addiction treatment. Isabelle Bordry is co-founder of the data anonymisation and protection company Retency. Her appointment retains ANJ’s promised 50/50 gender parity on its board.

The appointments have been approved by Bruno Le Maire, France’s minister for economy and finance. Appointments to the ANJ board last six years and are renewed every two.

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