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TrueLayer accelerates global expansion with dedicated Australian product and engineering team

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TrueLayer, the global open banking platform, today announced two expert technical hires in Australia as part of its continued expansion in the APAC region.

Tilen Chetty is joining the company in Sydney as Product Lead and Dan Gaskin in Melbourne as Lead Engineer.

Following its successful US$70 million Series D raise in April, TrueLayer is growing its product, engineering and commercial teams globally. TrueLayer’s API-first platform currently processes more than half of all open banking traffic in the UK, Ireland and Spain, with millions of consumers and businesses trusting TrueLayer to access their financial data and initiate payments.

Tilen Chetty and Dan Gaskin join TrueLayer’s global technical team which is led by Chief Product Officer Ossama Soliman, who joined the company from Amazon late last year, and Vice President of Engineering Ben Foster, who joined from Checkout.com in February. The new hires will be responsible for leading the Australian product and technical capabilities, working closely with Country Head Brenton Charnley, who joined in Sydney in October 2020.

Tilen Chetty is a passionate advocate for fintech and open data, especially Australia’s ground-breaking Consumer Data Right and the pursuit of competition and innovation. He has previously held strategic product roles at Deloitte Australia, Westpac, Macquarie Bank and Cover Genius as well as global internet giant, Naspers.

“It’s an incredible opportunity to join the TrueLayer team in Australia at a time when the CDR rollout is accelerating and there is so much opportunity for innovation to benefit the consumer,” commented Tilen Chetty.

Dan Gaskin is also an open banking and CDR enthusiast, with a passion for modernising financial services through secure cloud native API strategies and solutions. Dan brings experience of Australia’s Consumer Data Standards, having recently helped several of Australia’s largest banks to implement cloud native microservice strategies to serve open data. He also brings fintech experience from Checkout.com, where he worked with TrueLayer’s VP of Engineering, Ben Foster.

“Having implemented the Consumer Data Standards on the data holder side of the CDR, I’m excited to have the additional opportunity to work on the data recipient side,” commented Dan Gaskin. “Joining a world leading open banking provider like TrueLayer, to create and engineer products that bring tangible benefits to consumers, is incredibly exciting,” he added.

Discussing the growth plans of TrueLayer in Australia, Country Manager Brenton Charnley said: “I’m thrilled to welcome Dan and Tilen to TrueLayer to lead our product development in data and payments. The combination of our local presence and capabilities, supercharged by TrueLayer’s international network, supports our competitive edge in the Australian market helping our local and global clients go to market with open banking and open up Australian finance.”

TrueLayer is in the final stages of full accreditation as an Accredited Data Recipient (ADR) from the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) and will shortly formally launch its global Open Banking Platform in the local market. The company is also recruiting for positions in operations, sales and engineering to support its Australian growth.

Momentum for the CDR for businesses and consumers continues with the next round of rules updated released by Treasury on 1 July 2021 and additional funding announced by the Federal Government Budget in May to be split by the ACCC and Treasury to advance the CDR rules and adoption across the banking, finance and telecommunications industry.

TrueLayer has been actively participating in consultation with the ACCC and Treasury and is a member of the Data Standards Body Advisory Committee.

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AUSTRAC Launches SkyCity Adelaide Penalty Proceedings

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The Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre is launching civil penalty proceedings against SkyCity Adelaide for alleged serious and systemic anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing failures.

AUSTRAC is looking into the operator after an enforcement investigation into SkyCity in June last year. The investigation was a result of an AUSTRAC industry-wide compliance campaign that began in September 2019.

The government agency alleges that SkyCity Adelaide failed to appropriately assess the money laundering and terrorism financing risks it faced, including the likelihood and impact of those risks, and to identify and respond to changes in risk over time.

SkyCity also allegedly did not include in its AML/CTF programmes appropriate risk-based systems and controls to mitigate the risks to which SkyCity was exposed.

AUSTRAC thirdly alleges, among more claims, that SkyCity did not conduct appropriate ongoing customer due diligence on a range of customers who presented higher money laundering risks.

AUSTRAC deputy CEO Peter Soros said: “The requirement for regulated entities to have appropriate AML/CTF controls and systems in place is not optional and should be taken seriously by all businesses regulated by AUSTRAC.

“AUSTRAC continues to work with SkyCity to ensure it complies with its obligations under the AML/CTF Act and to ensure it continues to meet its obligations in the future.”

Soros said the ruling – the third civil penalty proceeding AUSTRAC has brought against businesses operating in the casino sector – “should serve as a warning.”

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Best 7 Australian Online Casinos – Top Casino sites 2022

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In the digital age, land-based casinos could soon become a thing of the past. The number of people playing at online casinos is rising because it is more convenient than traditional methods. In addition, the casino world has progressively shifted online, making more people interested in playing casino games from home. With the thousands of online casinos currently in existence, it can be challenging to know which ones are worth your time. This article will introduce you to some of the internet’s most famous Australian casinos that offer great bonuses and features. For detailed research, visit Spin-paradise and their page about online casinos Australia. These experts will show you what to look for in a gambling site.

Top 7 Australian Casinos

Now let’s review some of the top 7 Australian-based online casinos.

1. Croco Casino

This online casino has been operating since 2021 and offers various games, such as slots, blackjack, roulette, and more. Players can also enjoy their VIP rewards program, which offers multiple bonuses and cashback. Also, the site is secured with SSL encryption, which guarantees that all payments are safe and secure.

2. YOJU Casino

YOJU casino is an excellent option for Australian players who want to enjoy the best online gambling experience. This casino offers exclusive bonuses, unique game selections, and fast withdrawals. The site also uses 128-bit SSL encryption technology to protect all transactions.

3. SlotoZen Casino

SlotoZen casino is one of the best Australian casinos. It offers over 2000 games from leading game developers, including video slots, table games, and live casino options. The site also ensures secure payment methods with its advanced encryption technology.

4. Casino Rocket

Casino Rocket is an excellent choice for Aussies who want to enjoy their favourite casino games. This online casino offers over 1000 slots, table games, and live dealer options from top software providers. The site also provides secure banking with its reliable encryption technology.

5. Casino Mate

Casino Mate is another famous Australian casino that offers secure banking, fast withdrawals, and exclusive bonuses. The site features over 1500 games from leading developers such as Microgaming and NetEnt. Also, the site provides a secure gaming environment with its encryption technology.

6. Zoome Casino

Zoome casino is an Australian-friendly online casino that offers a fantastic selection of slots, table games, and live dealer titles. The site also provides secure payment methods via its advanced encryption technology. Additionally, the casino offers exclusive bonuses and VIP rewards to its players.

7. King Billy Casino

King Billy casino is one of the best Australian casinos that offer exclusive bonuses and a great selection of games. The site features over 2000 slots, table games, and live dealer titles from leading developers. Additionally, the casino provides secure payment methods with its advanced encryption technology.

 

We hope this list has given you insight into some of the top online casinos for Australians in 2022.

How to choose the best Australian online casino? Top tips

With so many great choices, knowing which is best for you can take time and effort. To make sure you have the best experience possible, we recommend considering the following factors before making your selection:

 

  • Bonuses and Promotions – Look for casinos that offer generous welcome bonuses and ongoing promotions. It will help you get more value out of your deposits and maximise your chances of winning.
  • Game Selection – Check out the game selection to ensure a wide variety of titles from top developers. It provides you can play your favourite games and enjoy new ones.
  • Security – Ensure the casino has an SSL encryption system for secure payments and other security measures such as firewalls and anti-virus protection. It will guarantee that your data is safe and protected.
  • Payment Methods – Look for casinos that accept a wide range of payment methods, including bank transfers, credit/debit cards, and e-Wallets. It ensures you can easily make deposits and withdrawals with ease.
  • Customer Support – Check out the customer support services, such as live chat and email. It is essential in case you have any questions or problems while playing.
  • Mobile Compatibility – Ensure the casino is compatible with all mobile devices, including Android and iOS. It will ensure you can play your favourite games on the go.

Considering these factors, you’ll be sure to find a safe and secure Australian online casino that offers great bonuses and an exciting game selection. Good luck!

 

Conclusion

We hope this article has given you a better understanding of the best online casinos for Australians in 2022. With so many great choices, each offering its bonuses and promotions, security measures, game selection, payment methods and customer service options, there is sure to be something perfect for everyone! So make sure to take your time and research before making your choice, and good luck with your gambling journey! Happy playing!

 

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Super Fantasy Soccer hits the top spot for Low6 and Sportsbet

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Low6, the award-winning global leader in sports gamification, has launched a game with Sportsbet, part of Flutter Entertainment plc and the market leader in online sports betting across Australia, for the World Cup.

Super Fantasy Soccer, which has launched as the partnership’s first game, is a spin-off of the hugely successful UltimateFan franchise. Within 36 hours of its release it has already topped the charts becoming No.1 Top Free Apps in Sports on the App Store in Australia.

The innovative whitelabel game issues and rewards players with  ‘packdrops’ which reveal athletes and team cards to create lineups for each World Cup contest. With points being earned from the real-life performances, players compete on a global leaderboard to win a $50,000 prizepool every gameweek as well as the ability to create and join Invitational Leagues to compete against their friends, family and colleagues. Sportsbet’s live odds are also integrated into the gameplay to further enhance the experience.

UltimateFan has already proved to be a huge hit for Low6 with over 200,000 Installs for the game to date. Launched initially for the Euro 2020 soccer tournament, within weeks of the English Premier League season starting it had become the Number One Top Grossing Sports App in the UK and the No.2 Most Downloaded UK Sports App. With franchised games for the NFL Cincinnati Bengals, Jacksonville Jaguars and LA Chargers, it scooped “Fantasy Product” and “Innovation of the Year” at the EGR Awards as well as Low6 being recognised as “B2B Fantasy & DFS Supplier” at the EGR B2B Awards 2022.

Jamie Mitchell, Low6 CEO comments “We’re very proud to be working with Sportsbet and excited to help them continue to grow their market-leading position in Australia with innovative gamification. Given the success of UltimateFan, we’re confident that our leading sports products will acquire new Sportsbet users on mass as well as increasing daily active users throughout the World Cup and beyond.”

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