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Compliance provider Maxima Compliance has launched a bespoke insourcing service as it continues to expand and tailor the way it supports clients across the gaming industry.

Maxima Insource is a first-of-its-kind compliance insourcing service, with Maxima Compliance providing a dedicated team member to work within a client’s business.

The team member will be available to work daily within a client’s business, while maintaining the support of the best compliance team in the industry, providing a best-of-both-worlds solution.

The Maxima Insource resource will handle all compliance-related matters for the client, while retaining an open line to the rest of the Maxima Compliance team.

This flexible new solution provides dedicated support without the need to expand payroll.

Maxima Compliance has also launched a full outsourcing service for internal audits for Malta-licensed gaming companies. The service tracks progress and produces a full report to the specifications required by the MGA.

Maxima Compliance CEO Antonio Zanghi said: “Maxima Insource is the result of countless conversations with leaders across our industry. Many businesses in this space are struggling to identify and hire the type of expertise required to navigate compliance challenges.

“Maxima Insource provides an out-of-the-box solution for world-class compliance support without the need to build and manage large and expensive in-house teams. We provide a team member who sits within your organisation, but at that same time can easily draw upon the expertise of Maxima Compliance as a whole.

“Alongside our newly-launched outsourcing service for MGA reporting, Maxima Compliance now offers an unparalleled set of tools for tackling today’s compliance challenges.”

Maxima Compliance’s suite of products and services has expanded rapidly in recent months. This includes the recent launch of Maxima DataVault, a proprietary multi-jurisdictional solution, through which operators will be able to comply with the requirements of several European regulated markets.