The Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM) has announced its latest line up of officials.
Thomas Jingoli, chief compliance officer for Konami Gaming Inc, has been re-elected for a two-year term as AGEM president.
One-year terms have been approved for the following: first vice president – Dan Savage (currently vice president of corporate marketing, Scientific Games Corp); second vice president – Dave Lucchese (executive vice president, client operations, Global Cash Access Holdings Inc); secretary – Mark Dunn (EVP and general counsel, Aristocrat Technologies Inc).
Also serving one-year terms are treasurer – Tom Nieman (vice president of global marketing, JCM Global Inc); vice president of government relations – Steven DiMasi (VP of government relations, International Game Technology); co-general counsel – Mike Dreitzer (president of North American operations, Ainsworth Game Technology Ltd); and co-general counsel – Harper Ko (assistant general counsel, Scientific Games).
AGEM is an international trade association representing manufacturers and suppliers of products and services for the gaming industry. As of November, the trade group comprises 145 members based in 21 countries.
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