John Baillie and Catharine Seddon have been re-appointed as commissioners of the Nice Britain Playing Fee.
Accredited by Secretary of State for Digital, Tradition, Media and Sport Oliver Dowden, the appointments will permit Baillie and Seddon to proceed in workplace as commissioner till not less than April 10, 2022.
Baillie is a former accomplice of KPMG and most lately served as Chairman of the Accounts Fee for Scotland, having additionally been a member of the UK Competitors and Markets Authority’s reporting group.
Seddon spent 20 years as a filmmaker earlier than taking up non-executive public roles. She at present sits on the Authorized Providers Board, the place she chairs its Audit and Danger Insurance coverage Committee.
The double renewal comes after John Whittingdale, the media and information minister on the Division of Digital, Tradition, Media and Sports activities (DCMS), took over the lotteries and playing file this week.
Taking on from Nigel Huddleston, Whittingdale will now oversee the evaluation of the Playing Act.
Whittingdale provides lotteries and playing to quite a lot of different duties, together with media, European and worldwide technique, together with method to future commerce offers, complete method to commerce union coverage points, nationwide information and archives, and public appointments, amongst others.