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September 17, 2019

At the Global Regulatory Awards 2019 ceremony

CEO of Novomatic's subsidiary Admiral Monika Racek wins 'CEO of the Year'

CEO of Novomatic's subsidiary Admiral Monika Racek wins 'CEO of the Year'
Monika Racek has been at Novomatic for over ten years and is responsible for matters relating to legal affairs, regulatory affairs, human resources, and responsible gaming.
United Kingdom | 05/08/2019

In May, the internationally renowned Global Regulatory Awards 2019 were presented for the third time in London. In the category “Chief Executive Officer of the Year,” the jury chose Dr. Monika Racek, CEO of the Novomatic subsidiary Admiral Casinos & Entertainment AG (ACE) as the winner.

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he Global Regulatory Awards is an annual event recognizing gaming operators and suppliers for outstanding achievements in compliance management and a commitment to responsible gaming. First place in the category “CEO of the Year” went to Dr. Monika Racek, CEO of Novomatic’s subsidiary Admiral Casinos & Entertainment AG.

"Racek received awards for, among other things, her great leadership, her managerial skill particularly in the field of “Responsible Gaming” and her strong commitment to the company’s further development," the company said in a statement. She has been at Novomatic for over ten years and is responsible for matters relating to legal affairs, regulatory affairs, human resources and responsible gaming.

"We are very honored that Monika Racek, a top manager from the Novomatic Group, has won this prestigious award. This award is a great recognition of her commitment and results achieved. I congratulate her," says Harald Neumann, CEO of Novomatic AG, about the jury’s decision.

Gambling Compliance is an independent platform for legal, regulatory and business information about the global gaming industry. With the Global Regulatory Awards, the organization honors teams and individuals who have found a special way of dealing with the constantly changing regulatory framework in daily life. This includes measures in the areas of data protection, anti-corruption, corporate responsibility, player protection and money laundering prevention. The awards are subject to a strict evaluation process, which is monitored by an independent jury of recognized industry experts.

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