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Sentinel Trust cancellation a warning

Sentinel Trust cancellation a warning


The cancellation of the licence of Sentinel Trust is a warning to other trusts to get their affairs in order and to achieve high standards of practice in the charity gaming sector the Chairman of the Charity Gaming Association, Rt Hon Paul East CNZM, said today.

“The CGA expects its members to achieve very high standards of practice and works hard to ensure that this is the case. All our members must abide by a Code of Practice so that the public can have confidence that trusts who are members of the CGA are seeking to achieve best international practice,” concluded Mr East.

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