The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport renewed John Baillie and Catharine Seddon for another year as commissioners of the U.K. Gambling Commission.
Baillie and Seddon have served on the Commission since 2016, when they were tapped by former DCMS Secretary John Whittingdale, according to SBCNews.
A former partner of KPMG in Scotland and London, Baillie is the former chair of Audit Scotland. He also served as governor of the ICAS Foundation, which helps disadvantaged young people obtain college degrees in accounting or finance. Seddon spent 20 years as an award-winning documentary filmmaker for the BBC.
A cabinet reshuffle earlier this week saw John Whittingdale replace Nigel Huddleston as lead minister for the review of the 2005 Gambling Act.