BetMakers’ CFO resigns

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Anthony Pullin, chief financial officer at BetMakers Technology Group, has officially given notice of his resignation.

A company spokesperson said that, in his five years with the company, Pullin had been “instrumental in the growth and development” of the business.

“We thank Anthony for his significant contribution to BetMakers,” said BetMakers CEO Jake Henson. “Over the past five 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 endeavours where I have no doubt he will be an extremely highly valued team-member.”

In the interim period before a replacement CFO is announced, Group Financial Controller Warrick Van Der Merwe, will act as interim CFO.

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