Eric Frank has revealed his new project, a rebrand of EDF Compliance consultancy, which will now be known as Odds On Compliance. Frank, who is CEO and founder at Odds On Compliance, will be joined by Eric Weiss, an iGaming and betting industry veteran who will be stepping in as the company as a VP of technical compliance.
EDF Compliance Becomes Odds on Compliance, Reinforces Executive Lineup
Weiss is also a former head and chief of staff at the New Jersey Division of Gaming Compliance. Frank commented on both the opportunity to launch the new compliance as well as welcome Weiss onboard. Weiss knowledge of the regulated US market is essential to the consultancy and would enable Odds On Compliance to meet a broad range of client needs.
“Our experience, knowledge, and skills immediately position Odds On Compliance as the leading provider of regulatory compliance consultancy services in the sports betting, iGaming, and gambling industries in the US and worldwide,” Frank added.
Odds On Compliance has used the opportunity of rebranding from EDF to introduce further innovation and launch its software development arm. The division will be entirely focused on developing regulatory and compliance tools that the company will reveal in the near future.
Frank is also well-positioned to be in his position. He is an experienced industry expert who is currently advising multiply industry clients and has a spot on the advisory board of Bettor Fantasy. He has worked for The Stars Group as a group compliance officer and a legal advisor at an AM Law 100 firm. Thanks to his vast experience, Frank is capable of bringing clients up to speed with the dynamic and constantly evolving regulatory climate in the United States.
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Weiss may have retired from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement, but he similarly has a wealth of knowledge about how regulation works and how regulators think. His unique insight allows him to be of particular assistance to industry companies and Odds On Compliance’s established portfolio of clients.
Commenting on the opportunity to join the company, Weiss had this to say: “There isn’t anyone in the industry with the combined knowledge Odds On Compliance brings to companies who need help navigating the ever-evolving world of sports betting compliance and regulatory environments, so the chance to join the team was one I could not turn down.”
Regulation will play an increasingly important role in US betting and iGaming regulation, and teaming up with the right consultancies is key to ensuring successful access in targeted markets.