Expekt.com Re-Organizes It's Corporate Structure

Published Friday, December 11, 2009 - Online-Casinos.com

Paris-based Mangas Gaming group's Expekt.com has announced a major re-organization of it's corporate structure. The future direction of online gambling company Expekt.com which is part of Mangas Gaming Group was a bone of contention within the executive ranks of that division. Along with Betclic and Bet-At-Home Mangas Gaming has made significant changes that have resulted in the Chief Executive Officer and the Chief Financial Officer leaving their posts immediately. The differences of opinion about how to best move the company Expekt forward is sited as the reason for the major overhaul of the gambling outfit. Mangas Gaming Malta Limited is licensed and regulated by the Lotteries and Gaming Authority (LGA) of Malta and runs Expekt with the customer in mind. Expekt.com is one of the leading international gaming brands and has offered secure and competitive online betting since 1999. Expekt is eager to improve their customer relations and requests input from the consumer at every turn.

In a brief statement issued mid-week, Mangas chief exec Isabelle Parize revealed that former Expekt Chief Executive Officer Per Widerström and Chief Financial Officer Joe Sanchez had handed in their resignations from the company. Parize advised that this would result in new appointments to the company's management team.

Nicolas Béraud will be installed as interim CEO of Expekt in addition to his current responsibilities as Mangas Gaming Group's chief operating officer. Thomas Winter will be acting as interim COO of Expekt in addition to his current responsibility as Betclic COO reporting to Beraud. Maarten Vanhecke who is a senior professional that has experience in structure within organizations will take over as Expekt's interim CFO. Tarquin Henderson becomes acting marketing chief along with his current responsibility as Mangas Gaming CMO. Lisa Lombardi has joined the management team as Legal and Regulatory Manager. The Mangas statement said, “Their departure is due to different strategic views in how to move Expekt forward. We thank them for the work and commitment they have shown and wish them success in their future endeavours.”


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