BetMakers CFO Anthony Pullin Steps Down

By Saloni Sehmi
BetMakers CFO Anthony Pullin Resigns

BetMakers CFO Anthony Pullin Resigns After Five Years

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BetMakers Technology Group has announced that its Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Anthony Pullin, has resigned from the company.

Pullin, who had been with BetMakers for more than five years, played a crucial role in the growth and development of the business.

The outgoing CFO’s last day will be on Wednesday, March 27, 2024. BetMakers has already initiated the process of finding a replacement for Pullin, and the company plans to release a market update on this matter soon.

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

Jake Henson, the CEO of BetMakers, expressed his gratitude to Anthony for his significant contributions to the company. Henson described Pullin as a valuable senior team member who brought financial expertise to the business.

“He leaves BetMakers in a strong position, with the foundations in place for the company to achieve profitability,” said Henson. He also wished Pullin the best of luck in his future endeavors and believed he would continue to be a highly valued team member.

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