Gaming Compliance Executive William R. Kisby to Address Gaming Law Masters Forum

Apr 02, 2001, 01:00 ET from Lexis-Nexis Group

    HORSHAM, Pa., April 2 /PRNewswire/ -- William R. Kisby, vice president of
 gaming and e-commerce for the National Fraud Center, Inc., will be one of the
 featured panelists speaking at the Gaming Law Masters Forum on Thursday,
 April 5, at the International Gaming Institute on the University of Nevada Las
 Vegas campus.
     The National Fraud Center, in an ongoing alliance with the Spectrum Gaming
 Group, will be a co-sponsor on the conference.
     Kisby, who manages all gaming and e-commerce-related investigations for
 private sector and government clients for the National Fraud Center, will
 participate on a panel discussing gaming compliance and regulatory issues.
 Kisby's presentation will focus on the topic of proactive U.S. and
 international due diligence.
     The National Fraud Center is an internationally recognized leader for
 customized fraud prevention and risk management solutions. NFC provides
 consulting, investigative, due diligence and technological solutions to U.S.
 and international gaming professionals. It is a member of the Lexis-Nexis Risk
 Solutions Group, a division of Lexis-Nexis.
     Kisby also manages restitution and recovery matters for both U.S. and
 international clients. He has provided testimony to the President's Commission
 on Organized Crime regarding illegal junket activity.
     The joint mission of the NFC and Spectrum Gaming alliance is to assist
 clients in maintaining the highest standards of integrity and risk management
 when developing, operating and regulating casinos. They provide a wide range
 of services to casino owners, operators, developers, vendors, regulators,
 tribal gaming commissions and Internet gaming operators.  These services
 include not only proactive U.S. and international due diligence, but also
 consulting regarding regulatory issues, auditing, restitution and recovery,
 junket investigations, internal investigations, money laundering compliance
 and training.
     The conference is expected to draw members of the legal profession, casino
 resort executives, compliance officers, internal audit personnel, regulators
 and attorney's general staff members.
 
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 of Reed Elsevier plc. The Lexis-Nexis Group unites strong brands, pioneering
 technologies and premium information for customers in the legal, corporate,
 government and education markets. Its products are available via the Web,
 dial-up online, CD-ROM, and books. A trusted source, the company offers
 targeted information solutions that can be integrated into its customers'
 business processes and systems. Combining searchable access to over three
 billion documents from thousands of sources with leading edge systems and
 tools for managing this content, Lexis-Nexis delivers a high quality resource
 with which to build legal research and knowledge-management solutions for the
 entire enterprise.  For more information, please visit www.lexis-nexis.com .
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 Butterworths Tolley in the UK, Editions du Juris-Classeur in France and other
 legal publishing businesses in Europe, North and South America, South Africa,
 Asia and the Pacific. The Lexis-Nexis Group is a member the Reed Elsevier plc
 group, a global publisher and information provider.  For more information,
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    HORSHAM, Pa., April 2 /PRNewswire/ -- William R. Kisby, vice president of
 gaming and e-commerce for the National Fraud Center, Inc., will be one of the
 featured panelists speaking at the Gaming Law Masters Forum on Thursday,
 April 5, at the International Gaming Institute on the University of Nevada Las
 Vegas campus.
     The National Fraud Center, in an ongoing alliance with the Spectrum Gaming
 Group, will be a co-sponsor on the conference.
     Kisby, who manages all gaming and e-commerce-related investigations for
 private sector and government clients for the National Fraud Center, will
 participate on a panel discussing gaming compliance and regulatory issues.
 Kisby's presentation will focus on the topic of proactive U.S. and
 international due diligence.
     The National Fraud Center is an internationally recognized leader for
 customized fraud prevention and risk management solutions. NFC provides
 consulting, investigative, due diligence and technological solutions to U.S.
 and international gaming professionals. It is a member of the Lexis-Nexis Risk
 Solutions Group, a division of Lexis-Nexis.
     Kisby also manages restitution and recovery matters for both U.S. and
 international clients. He has provided testimony to the President's Commission
 on Organized Crime regarding illegal junket activity.
     The joint mission of the NFC and Spectrum Gaming alliance is to assist
 clients in maintaining the highest standards of integrity and risk management
 when developing, operating and regulating casinos. They provide a wide range
 of services to casino owners, operators, developers, vendors, regulators,
 tribal gaming commissions and Internet gaming operators.  These services
 include not only proactive U.S. and international due diligence, but also
 consulting regarding regulatory issues, auditing, restitution and recovery,
 junket investigations, internal investigations, money laundering compliance
 and training.
     The conference is expected to draw members of the legal profession, casino
 resort executives, compliance officers, internal audit personnel, regulators
 and attorney's general staff members.
 
     About Lexis-Nexis Group
     Lexis-Nexis Group is the global legal publishing and information division
 of Reed Elsevier plc. The Lexis-Nexis Group unites strong brands, pioneering
 technologies and premium information for customers in the legal, corporate,
 government and education markets. Its products are available via the Web,
 dial-up online, CD-ROM, and books. A trusted source, the company offers
 targeted information solutions that can be integrated into its customers'
 business processes and systems. Combining searchable access to over three
 billion documents from thousands of sources with leading edge systems and
 tools for managing this content, Lexis-Nexis delivers a high quality resource
 with which to build legal research and knowledge-management solutions for the
 entire enterprise.  For more information, please visit www.lexis-nexis.com .
     Lexis-Nexis Group operating units also include Martindale-Hubbell,
 Butterworths Tolley in the UK, Editions du Juris-Classeur in France and other
 legal publishing businesses in Europe, North and South America, South Africa,
 Asia and the Pacific. The Lexis-Nexis Group is a member the Reed Elsevier plc
 group, a global publisher and information provider.  For more information,
 please visit www.reedelsevier.com .
 
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