Bragg Gaming Group has announced the resignation of President and Chief Operating Officer Lara Falzon.
Providing Bragg with notice of her departure, Falzon will remain involved in the day-to-day operations of the company in both her respective positions until December 31, 2023.
Falzon’s resignation is another change for the company’s executive team, after Yaniv Sherman stepped down from the position of CEO in August. He was subsequently replaced by Matevž Mazij.
Commenting on Falzon’s departure, Mazij said: “During her time as a board member and in senior management as President and COO, Lara has been an invaluable member of our team as her contributions to our success and growth have been substantial.
“Lara’s dedication, leadership and hard work have left a significant mark on Bragg, and we are grateful for the knowledge and experience she brought to the Company. We wish her all the best for the next chapter in her career.”
Falzon initially joined Bragg as a Non-Executive Director in March 2021, before becoming President and COO of the company in November of that same year.
With more than 10 years of experience, she has served in CFO roles in both the B2C and B2B igaming sectors.
Before joining Bragg, Falzon was the Group Commercial CFO of online slots developer NetEnt from February 2020 until April 2021. She was also the Group CFO of Red Tiger Gaming from April 2018 until April 2021.
Falzon commented on her resignation: “I am honoured to have been part of the Bragg team during a time when the company made so much progress in establishing its foundation to achieve consistent growth.
“I am confident the company has outstanding leadership and team members to guide its continued success going forward.”
Last week, Bragg published its financial results for the third quarter, where the company expressed confidence that the right strategies are in place for business momentum to be maintained.