20% of all referrals to the National Problem Gambling Clinic come from individuals employed in Financial Services.
Read our Thinkpiece with the Chartered Institute of Insurance here
We regularly work with banks, insurance companies and other businesses within financial services identifying key risk areas and developing harm prevention strategies.
Our Forensic Services division was set up after we witnessed significant links between internal fraud within the financial services motivated by gambling. We have a pool of skilled investigators and former banking professionals who can investigate losses and help recover misappropriated funds.
In 2016 and 2017 EPIC ran a gambling education and awareness programme across professional football, cricket and rugby. The programme was the largest ever seen in professional sport.
In conjunction with the Rugby Players Association (RPA) and fully supported by Premiership Rugby and The Rugby Football Union, EPIC’s gambling harm programme was presented to 610 professional rugby players.
In March 2017, EPIC were commissioned by Premier League Champions Chelsea FC to provide a gambling awareness education programme to their u16s, u18s and u23s squad and staff.
EPIC’s work across professional sport is ground-breaking and for the first time we are now seeing comparative data across the sports and the true extent of any issues as gambling and sport become more and more normalised with each other.
The growth of the internet and smart-phones has enabled young people to gamble at unprecedented levels. Young people’s education, well-being and even lives are being put at risk as a result of problem gambling.
We work closely with the Young Gamblers Education Trust in running a comprehensive harm-prevention programme targeting young people in education.
Our specifically designed programmes are will engage your pupils, promote awareness and prevent harm.
EPIC works with a range of organisations across the public sector delivering training, audit and policy development. We understand the additional expectations the public sector faces when it comes employee welfare and organisational risk and have programmes in place to support you.
We successfully secured the tender with GambleAware, to deliver a comprehensive gambling harm-minimisation programme to the British Armed Forces, including the Royal Navy, Royal Air Force and the Army.
In conjunction with GambleAware and Sodexo Justice Services, EPIC is delivering a 2 year gambling harm-minimisation programme into 5 UK prisons.
For a confidential discussion or to learn more about how EPIC can help your organisation, get in touch in with of our team.