Albin de Beauregard has been named the new Unibet chief financial officer.
In EU gambling news, Albin de Beauregard was named as the successor of Graham Stretch, who recently decided to step down from the position after serving as Unibet chief financial officer for the past five years. De Beauregard will officially take over the position March 31st, with Stretch remaining in an advisory role in order to continue to support the firm’s strategic projects.
CEO happy with new Unibet chief financial officer
De Beauregard became part of EU internet casino Unibet in 2011 following its acquisition of Eurosportbet, his previous place of employment. Since joining Unibet he’s served as chief financial officer (France) and strategic finance projects manager. He currently holds the position of head of internal audit.
Says Unibet CEO Henrik Tjärnström on the change: “I am very pleased that Albin will take over as CFO as he has got in depth knowledge of the group and has proven himself and delivered excellent value in the various roles he has had within the group since joining in 2011.”
“I would like to thank Graham for his contribution to the successful development of the group in the last five years and I am grateful that he will assist a smooth transition for Albin,” Tjärnström added.