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Reduce travel and subsistence costs by engaging with stakeholders in more creative ways, such as video conferencing, rather than relying on face-to-face meetings. Explore the potential to save on accommodation costs by sharing office space with another organisation. However, the potential for this to generate significant savings may be limited due to an anticipated lower demand for office space in a post-covid world and they would not be realised until at the earliest.
Identify more opportunities to modernise processes and digital services to include greater automation and allow for even more self-service. There is the potential for more ambitious savings in the longer-term, but these will require detailed exploration and discussion with key stakeholders. Despite these delivered and prospective efficiency savings there is still a need for additional income to allow the Commission to regulate effectively, robustly meet the challenges it is facing, and deliver ambitious targets.
The Commission forecasts that without increases in fees it will see a decline in income in It has seen a decline in the number of premises-based non-remote gambling operators and the rate of growth of online is now slowing. It has also seen merger and acquisition activity in the industry which has reduced income. The cost of pension contributions has also increased. The decline in income has been exacerbated by the impact of Covid which has had a significant impact on the gambling industry — notably on the non-remote sector.
Most operator fees are based on the gross gambling yield GGY which they are expected to generate during the year. Although a recovery in non-remote GGY is expected as restrictions are eased, the Commission does not know how quickly this will happen, or to what extent. During this period it does not expect the costs of regulation to reduce significantly, because some of its regulatory costs are not directly proportionate to GGY and during years when levels of activity may fluctuate it is difficult to make significant reductions in its fixed costs within short periods of time.
Alongside its fee income, the Commission has been drawing on its reserves in recent years, as planned in the last review of fees, but the extent to which they have been drawn on has been higher than anticipated at that time. The reserves will not be sufficient to make this a continuing option for future years, meaning its fee income will have to be increased. Table 4: Difference between forecast income under the current system and forecast costs. The proposals set out here are based on forecasts for the next couple of years.
It is more difficult to predict income further ahead as the full extent of the impact of Covid is not yet known. Table 5: Difference between forecast income under the current system and with the proposed fees uplift. Increases to annual fees for all remote operating licences would come into effect from October Increases to annual fees for all non-remote operating licences would come into effect from April The proposed changes to fees are summarised below.
The Commission estimates that if these proposals are implemented, the total annual fees payable by the gambling industry will be 0. This is due to the proposed removal of annual fee discounts for combined licences. This is due to proposed increases in both the principal annual fee amount based on the total GGY generated across the casino, bingo and virtual betting activities and the flat additional annual fee payable for licences that combine these three types of licence.
The Commission estimates that if these proposals are implemented, the total annual fees payable by the gambling industry, as a percentage of industry GGY excluding the National Lottery , will increase from 0. The current fees structure dates from April Non-remote operators, whose fees had previously been based on the number of premises they had, instead paid fees on an annual GGY basis from that date.
A number of additional fee categories to many licence types were also brought in in , aimed at providing greater fairness in the structure by ensuring that cost recovery was spread more proportionately among differently sized operators.
For the purpose of this proposal, the Commission proposes to retain the broad structure of licence types and fee categories introduced in The Commission must allocate its costs to the different gambling sectors, individual licence types and fee categories, to ensure that fees are charged to operators in a way that is cost reflective and fair.
It also should ensure that the Commission can recover its full costs through fees and maintain its reserves at an appropriate level. Remote business-to-customer operators. This includes remote casino, bingo and all remote betting operators including those licensed for real event betting, virtual event betting, pool betting, intermediaries and trading rooms, and those providing betting by telephone or email.
Gambling software. Those business-to-business operators who manufacture and supply software for use by remote business-to-customer operators. Host licensees. It is predominantly these types of licensee that are driving the increased regulatory burden.
They are also the licensees that would benefit most from increasing efforts to reduce consumer access to illegal online operators. However, the proposals for annual fee increases are not limited to the remote operators described above. The Commission does not envisage any reduction in its current levels of regulatory activity, and it will, at least, need to maintain those levels in coming years.
There are also elements of the regulatory challenges which are being partly driven by the non-remote sector, for example product and payment innovation. These additional flat fees recognise that there is a residual level of complexity in regulating different types of RNG-based products. It is therefore proposing to double these flat fees. It is therefore also proposing to double the flat fees associated with these licences. Removing discounts for licensees who hold other combined licences or dual licences.
In addition to increasing annual fees and the flat fees for combined RNG licences and combined host licences, the Commission is also proposing to remove some of the discounts that are currently offered. Currently, licensees who have any other type of combined licence i. These discounts were originally intended to reflect assumed efficiencies from regulating combined licensees. It has considered the effort involved in regulating licensees with combined and dual licences.
The regulatory costs incurred by such licensed entities are no less than the costs of regulating separate entities or activities. Further, the Commission has estimated that the costs it incurs in administering and maintaining this system of discounts for example, the effort involved by both Licensing and Finance staff in manually adjusting discounts and fees payable when a licensee surrenders one of its licences or removes a licence activity from a combined licence can create inefficiencies, despite licensed entities paying lower overall fees as a result of the discount regime.
Removing such discounts would allow the Commission to build in more automation and self-service elements for licensees to calculate otherwise complicated annual fees, allowing future efficiencies to be obtained. In some cases, the Commission identifies issues at the application stage that are not significant enough to warrant a refusal of the application, but which need to be addressed by the operator within its first year of trading to ensure compliance.
The increased limit enables some larger society lotteries trading under a common brand to rationalise and hold fewer licences, leading to a potential reduction in income for the Commission. The amount of regulation required, however, is unchanged and could possibly increase. The proposed additional fee categories will still enable larger society lotteries trading under a common brand to rationalise their operating licences and reduce their administrative costs, as the Government changes envisaged, but will also enable the Commission to continue to recover its regulatory costs.
The Commission has also reviewed both the regulatory costs it incurs from ELMs and the existing fees structure for that type of operator. The increase to the statutory proceeds limit for society lotteries means the scale of the proceeds being managed by ELMs could increase, risking a reduction in the income received by the Commission.
Therefore an increase in fees is proposed to ensure the Commission can continue to carry out its regulatory responsibilities effectively, alongside additional fee categories for the largest operators. Detailed proposals for annual fees by licence type are set out in Annex Two. This includes applications:. As set out previously, fees should be cost reflective of the regulatory burden the licensed activity poses. The Commission charges application fees to process applications for new entrants to the market, or when existing licensees want to make changes to the way they are structured, or the activities they offer an application to vary a licence.
Some of the challenges facing the Commission have an impact on the costs of processing applications, particularly the shift towards more complex and global organisations. Forecasting the type and number of applications that are likely to be received is very challenging for the Commission as it learns more about the impact of Covid on an already unpredictable gambling industry.
The Commission is continually taking account of data from the industry which it receives regularly. The proposals presented here are the result of the Commission using its best estimates from data received to date to inform its forecasts. This includes factors such as additional checks being required because of changes to the regulatory rulebook, but also due to the increased complexity of applications.
The Commission is having to deal with more complex applications and changes of corporate control, which are costing more to process, and it expects this will increase in the future. Overall, application income has remained reasonably stable since the last changes to fees, resulting in a gradual increase in the difference between application income received and application processing costs. As a result, the Commission is not fully recovering its application processing costs.
This has been further affected by the impact of Covid driving further consolidation in the industry and reducing the number of new entrants into the gambling market. Increases in application fees would apply to all new operator applications and those seeking to change or vary the licence. The increase would apply equally across the non-remote and remote sectors. New application fees would also be introduced for the additional fee categories proposed for society lottery and ELM licences.
Discounts for new licence applications and variation applications that involve multiple licence activities and products would remain unchanged. Detailed proposals for application fees by licence type are set out in Annex Three. Personal licence application fees remain unchanged under the proposals, as increasing regulatory cost has been balanced by efficiency savings due to improved technology.
You are invited to comment freely on any aspect of this consultation document. However, you may find it useful to refer to the checklist of questions below, which cover the main points on which the department would particularly welcome views. Where possible, please:. Consultation question 1: Do you agree that annual fees should be increased in line with the proposals set out here, in order to enable the Commission to meet the challenges it has identified? Consultation question 5: Do you agree with the proposal to increase application fees to better reflect the costs involved in processing applications?
Please send your responses to gcfeesreview dcms. You can find out more here: Personal Information Charter. And here: Privacy and cookies: gamblingcommission. Your personal data is being collected as an essential part of the consultation process, so that we can contact you regarding your response and for statistical purposes such as to ensure individuals and organisations cannot respond more than once. The Data Protection Legislation states that, as government departments, the departments may process personal data as necessary for the effective performance of a task carried out in the public interest i.
We will share your data if we are required to do so by law - for example, by court order, or to prevent fraud or other crime. Copies of response may be published after the consultation closes. If we do so, unless you indicate otherwise, we will ensure that neither you nor the organisation you represent are identifiable, and any responses used to illustrate findings will be anonymised. If you want the information that you provide to be treated as confidential, please be aware that, under the FOIA, there is a statutory Code of Practice with which public authorities must comply and which deals, amongst other things, with obligations of confidence.
In view of this, it would be helpful if you could explain to us why you regard the information you have provided as confidential. If we receive a request for disclosure of the information, we will take full account of your explanation, but we cannot give assurance that confidentiality can be maintained in all circumstances. An automatic confidentiality disclaimed generated by your IT system will not, of itself, be regarded as binding on the Departments. For how long we will keep your personal data, or criteria used to determine the retention period.
Your personal data will be held for two years after the consultation is closed. This is so that the department is able to contact you regarding the result of the consultation following analysis of the responses. The data we are collecting is your personal data, and you have considerable say over what happens to it.
You have the right:. Your personal data will be stored in a secure government IT system. We are committed to doing all that we can to keep your data secure. We have set up systems and processes to prevent unauthorised access or disclosure of your data.
The challenges the Commission has identified are most pronounced in the online and digital gambling market but are by no means unique to them. The challenges are:. For clarity, these challenges and proposed solutions are presented as distinct and discrete issues. However, they are often complex and interrelated, and the proposed responses will address several overlapping challenges. The proposals that are set out below for addressing these challenges are based on what is known today.
In certain areas these responses will have to evolve over time, so the proposals outlined here are relatively near-term. However, it is clear the Commission needs additional investment now to ensure that it has the right skills and expertise to develop and implement the solutions. Under the Gambling Act , fees must be set by the Secretary of State by statutory instrument. As part of the Review of the Gambling Act, Government is considering whether there is a case for enabling a more flexible approach to setting fees.
The gambling industry is innovative and responsive to changes in consumer demand. An increasingly digital industry has accelerated innovation and development. This has resulted in gambling products that are increasingly: instantaneous, immersive, accessible, ubiquitous, integrated with other entertainment offerings, peer-to-peer in nature, and more personalised to individuals both the products themselves and any calls to action to participate in them. To respond to this challenge the Commission needs to be able to develop its capacity and capability in a number of areas.
The additional expertise required is scarce and expensive, as it requires individuals with technological expertise, commercial knowledge, and an understanding of regulating digital markets. The areas are set out below:. The Commission plans to develop its horizon-scanning capability so it can better anticipate, monitor and prepare for emerging developments, and how they are or could be deployed by the industry. It also plans to invest in more experts who can understand the technical detail, engage with the industry, and translate learnings back into the Commission and into government advice.
The Commission also plans to further develop its capacity to analyse these inputs and extract key implications for the Licensing Objectives, and how technological developments can be exploited to improve outcomes for consumers. In an increasingly technology-led and data-driven industry, the Commission wants to develop its approach to exploiting data.
There is a wealth of data held by operators. In the longer-term, it will need more investment in the technology, skills and expertise required to obtain, store, manipulate and analyse data. There are various potential models for how this could work in practice. The proposals set out here include investment to allow the Commission to explore what is possible, define the outcomes it wants to achieve in this space, and scope potential solutions for getting there.
The Commission will require further investment to improve its collection of participation and prevalence data and other research activity. This will allow the Commission to get quicker access to more robust data on what gambling activities people are participating in, how they engage with these products, and the negative consequences which arise from their play.
It will also mean that the Commission will be able to more quickly understand the impact of its interventions. The Commission needs to use the full range of its powers to ensure any risks to the Licensing Objectives are mitigated, and any negative consequences are prevented or minimised. However, in a dynamic, evolving industry it is likely that alongside traditional regulatory responses, new and creative responses are needed which involve engaging with industry, often at the highest levels.
In addition to rebalancing staff, for example as a result of its recent restructure, these proposals will help the Commission ensure it has the right skill set for this work. The Commission will need to invest in compliance tools such as improved hardware to better interrogate app-based products and deploy innovative software tools for example web-scraping, bots and avatars to assess operator compliance more effectively and efficiently.
Alongside this investment in technology solutions, it will require greater levels of resource with technical and investigative expertise to ensure it can investigate and act when breaches or unlicensed operators are found. An increasingly globalised sector means the key risks the Commission faces including money-laundering, betting integrity etc are global in nature, and require global measures in response.
Over the past few years the Commission has also seen significant consolidation in the gambling market, and some high-profile mergers, meaning it is regulating an increasing number of large entities. This is particularly pronounced in the online sector. More than ever before, global problems require global solutions, and while the Commission already works closely with international regulatory partners, there will need to be a step change in activity in this area.
The Commission plans to employ more staff whose focus is on driving the international regulatory agenda. This will help it to understand the trends and risks arising from the increasingly global nature of licensed and unlicensed gambling and work with a range of organisations to develop innovative solutions.
Greater investment is needed to ensure the Commission has increased skills, expertise and experience in interrogating, analysing and understanding complex business structures and financial arrangements, which are often international in nature. This includes greater internal resources with knowledge of mergers and acquisitions, including more people with forensic accountancy skills.
While these skills are primarily relevant to licence applications and variations, they also form an important component of annual fee-funded activity, as they make a significant contribution to the work on compliance and enforcement actions. It needs to be adequately resourced to enhance its ability to robustly defend its position, which potentially requires both internal support and external legal advice.
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