The Regulator of the National Lottery is an independent regulatory office established by statute under the National Lottery Act 2013. The Regulator procures and regulates the holding of the Irish National Lottery.
The Regulator carries out her functions in a manner most likely to ensure –
- that the National Lottery is run with all due propriety,
- that the interests of participants in the National Lottery are protected,
- that the long term sustainability of the National Lottery is safeguarded, and
subject to a) to c), to ensure revenues allocated to Good Causes are maximized.
The Annual Report of the Regulator of the National Lottery for 2017 has now been published and is available here.
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