OPN has been following the goings-on over at PartyGaming for the last month or so regarding who will fill the role of outgoing CEO Richard Segal. As reported previously, Segal resigned from the online poker and casino company after he could not agree to the company’s request that he move to its headquarters in Gibraltar. While Segal is officially on board until June 1st, it appears as though PartyGaming has already lined up a potential replacement. Mitch Garber will likely fill the large shoes belonging to the CEO of the world’s largest online poker company.
Garber’s experience as a top-level executive comes from his tenure at Fire One, an Internet payment processing company. Unlike Segal, Garber has reportedly voiced no objections to a potential move to Gibraltar. For the reported £9 million yearly salary and benefits package that Garber stands to be offered, one can understand that he wouldn’t object to a “minor detail” like that. Before he gets on a plane, however, his appointment needs to be confirmed by PartyGaming’s full board of directors.
New executive for online gambling group 888 Casino
The dynamics of change among top management at 888 Online Casino Group continued this week with the appointment of a highly experienced executive to head up the gambling group’s audit, remuneration, regulatory and compliance, and nominations committees.
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