BetMakers CFO Anthony Pullin resigns

Pullin had been with the company for over five years. 

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Supplier BetMakers has announced the resignation of its Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Anthony Pullin. 

Pullin had been with BetMakers for over five years and has played a key part in helping with the business’ growth and development, according to the company. 

The outgoing CFO’s last day will be on Wednesday 27 March 2024, with the process said to be already underway to employ a replacement for Pullin, with BetMakers set to provide a market update on the matter shortly. 

In the meantime, BetMakers Group Financial Controller, Warrick Van Der Merwe, will act as the interim CFO. Van Der Merwe has been with the company for around three years and previously led the Australian and Group financial reporting teams, reporting directly to Pullin. 

BetMakers CEO Jake Henson said: “We thank Anthony for his significant contribution to BetMakers. Over the past 5 years Anthony has been a valued senior team member, adding financial rigour to our business.  

“He leaves BetMakers in a strong position, with the foundations now in place for the Company to achieve profitability. We wish Anthony all the very best for his future endeavors where I have no doubt he will be an extremely highly valued team member.” 

In other personnel news, Star Entertainment Group last week saw both its CEO Robbie Cooke and its CFO Christina Katsibouba resign. 

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