Flutter Entertainment Announces CFO Transition

By | June 4, 2024
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Flutter Entertainment plc, the leading global sports betting and gaming operator, has announced a change in their executive team, with Group CFO Paul Edgecliffe-Johnson stepping down due to the demands of the company’s new US Primary Listing and his family commitments in the UK. He will be succeeded by the current CFO of Flutter International, Rob Coldrake, who has been with the group since 2020 and has a strong track record in financial roles. CEO Peter Jackson and Chair John Bryant both expressed their confidence in Coldrake and gratitude towards Edgecliffe-Johnson for his contributions.

Peter Jackson, CEO of Flutter Entertainment, said: “I am delighted that Rob will become our next Group CFO. During his four years at Flutter, he has shown himself to be a CFO of exceptional calibre and his skills and experience will help us to take advantage of the significant opportunities before us. I would like to thank Paul for his contribution to the Group, particularly in relation to achieving our US primary listing, and I wish him and his family well.”

John Bryant, Chair of Flutter Entertainment, said: “The Board welcomes the appointment of Rob as Group CFO and is especially delighted we were able to develop such a high-quality executive within our own business. We look forward to working with him and the team into the future. I would also like to take the opportunity to wish Paul well and to thank him for his contribution to the Group.”

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