EveryMatrix adds former William Hill US CFO to its board

EveryMatrix has appointed Mark McMillan to its board of directors as of October 1, where he will help produce success in the US igaming market.
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Igaming technology supplier EveryMatrix has appointed Mark McMillan to its board of directors as of October 1, where he will advise on the firm’s future development plans and help produce success in the regulated US igaming market.

Ebbe Groes, Chief Executive Officer & Co-founder of EveryMatrix, stated: “It’s a great pleasure to welcome Mark McMillan as a member of our board of directors. His expertise and strong track record in M&A will make for a valuable asset to our company. Skilled people like Mark are hard to come by, and we look forward to having him in our board meetings.

“EveryMatrix has grown tremendously over the recent years, and we are transitioning to a larger and more mature organization. To successfully make the transition, we have to expand our team and reach, in particular in the US.”

Formerly William Hill US’ Chief Financial Officer, McMillan brings 20 years of experience in corporate finance and strategy to the board. After working for Ernst & Young and HSBC Global Banking, he began working in igaming in 2011 when he started in William Hill’s Corporate Development Office, before joining its US business as CFO in 2016.

Since that time, he has worked across the group’s divisions and was involved in the acquisition of businesses in the US, Spain, Australia, and the UK. He is a graduate of the University of Birmingham with a degree in Economics and is a Chartered Accountant.

Commenting on his appointment, McMillan said: “I am pleased to be joining EveryMatrix. Together with my fellow board members, I will assist the founders and the leadership team in developing and growing the company’s reach in the igaming sector. The company expanded exponentially during the past years, and I aim to help continue this development.”

Back in September, EveryMatrix appointed Anton Lin as its new Chief Financial Officer, overseeing the group’s performance across its business units.