Global Gaming promotes Joacim Möller to Group CEO

first_img Related Articles StumbleUpon Submit Videoslots and SafeEnt take Swedish licence count to 18 December 4, 2018 Share Global Gaming confirms exit of CEO Joacim Möller April 30, 2019 The governance of Stockholm-listed igaming operator, Global Gaming has confirmed the promotion of Joacim Möller as new Group CEO with immediate effect.Möller previously held the position of Chief People & Organisation Officer plus COO of Global Gaming since January 2017, and has further acted as interim-CEO since May 2018 replacing former leadership incumbent Stefan Olsson.Global Gaming’s new leader is a 20-year veteran in corporate administration for both start-up enterprises and multi-national conglomerates.In former executive roles, Möller has served as Group Human Resources Director for Swedish automotive group Scania and as corporate logistics lead for Scandinavian hospitality and leisure firm Hoist AB.Commenting on his new role, Möller said: “It is with great enthusiasm and humility that I accept this role as CEO and Group CEO of Global Gaming. I look forward to working with our team to continue delivering innovative and secure gaming solutions and to create growth and value for our shareholders, players and employees.”Confirming the appointment of Möller to investors, Global Gaming’s Chairman of the Board, Peter Eidensjö, said:“It is our pleasure to appoint Joacim Möller to the role of CEO and Group CEO. From the start, his contribution to the shaping of the organisation, way of working and winning culture we enjoy in the Group has been invaluable. Considering his business sense and solid leadership skills, we are confident he is the right person to lead Global Gaming forward in its growth journey and in the process of obtaining a gambling licence in Sweden.” Global Gaming gains Estonian Vision with EMTA licence July 23, 2018 Sharelast_img read more

Mehmedalija Čović left FC Čelik and will play in Kazakhstan

first_imgOne of the standard players of FC ”Čelik” from Zenica Mehmedalija Čović left the club and went to train to Kazakhstan.He will join the training of FC ”Shakhtar” where he’ll try to reach an agreement and become the standard player of that club.Čović should be the replacement for another BiH player Aldin Džidić who’s injured.Čović started his career in FC ”Sloboda” from Tuzla, and before coming to ”Čelik” he played in ”Budućnost”, ”Gent”, ”Roeselare” and ”Interblock”.last_img