Aristocrat appoints new CFO

By Robert Simmons
Australian slot games developer Aristocrat Leisure Limited has announced the appointment of Julie Cameron-Doe as chief financial officer, succeeding current CFO Toni Korsanos.

The company have confirmed that Cameron-Doe will assume her new role as soon as regulatory pre-approvals are received, with Korsanos assisting in the transition period leading up to her departure in March 2018.

Cameron-Doe has over 20 years' experience in senior finance roles across industries including media, publishing and e-commerce across Europe and Australia, and will relocate to North America in the new year, following the lead of Aristocrat CEO and Managing Director, Trevor Croker.

Commenting on Cameron-Doe’s elevation, Mr Croker said: “I am delighted to appoint Julie Cameron-Doe as CFO (Elect) of Aristocrat. Julie is a strategic and results-driven finance leader who has made a significant impact during her four years heading the Group finance function at Aristocrat, including contributing to successful M&A, and managing critical functions and enterprise wide projects.

“Toni Korsanos will remain fully focused on her responsibilities until Julie’s formal appointment as CFO, and thereafter will assist in ensuring a seamless transition through to her departure from the business at the end of March 2018.

“I wish to thank Toni for her dedicated service, and wish her every success in her future endeavours. I also congratulate Julie on her appointment and expanded responsibilities.”


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