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FSB appoints David Charnock as Business Development Director

Supplier FSB has appointed David Charnock as its new Business Development Director for Latin America.  

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Charnock has 30 years of global experience in the gaming industry, including over a decade of experience within the Latin American region.  

He has previously held senior roles at TCSJohnHuxley and joins FSB after eight years of building his own businesses in social enterprise, digital marketing and philanthropy.  

His latest project involved starting a foundation that was aimed at helping unhoused individuals with addiction-related problems, on the streets of San Jose in Costa Rica.  

Now at FSB, he will be responsible for “continuing the upward momentum the provider has enjoyed in the region.” 

Charnock will work closely with FSB’s Chief Revenue Officer, Ian Freeman, and the Rest of World Business Development Director, Rob Wheeler.  

Freeman said: “David’s experience and deep understanding of the Latin American market will be a huge asset for FSB as we bid to continue our momentum in the region. 

“Latin America offers tremendous potential for a forward-thinking, challenger organisation like FSB, and David will help us drive our technologies and services in the region, to allow operators to deliver the best possible experience to their players."

And Charnock said: “I am delighted to be joining such an innovative, exciting company making a major play in Latin America. FSB’s ambitions are there for all to see and I’m excited to be playing a key part in their Latin American journey. 

“I am looking forward to leveraging my network of contacts in the region and to help build on the established relationships FSB have in the region."


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