Carl Brincat

The Board of Governors of the Malta Gaming Authority has announced that chief executive officer Carl Brincat will not be seeking renewal of his current contract, which expires on 25th January 2024.

The Board “extends its appreciation to Dr Brincat for his exceptional leadership during his tenure as CEO”.

Ryan C. Pace, chairperson, said: “Carl has made extensive contributions to the Malta Gaming Authority and to the gaming industry in Malta and we are confident in, and very thankful for, the strong foundation he leaves behind as we continue to pursue the MGA’s strategic goals.”

Dr Brincat said: “Leaving the MGA is a very hard decision to make. The past nine years have been a rollercoaster of experiences which contributed to the person I am today, and it has been a privilege to lead the Authority for the past three years.

“Looking back, I am proud of the work that we have done together, and of the highly motivated team that surrounds me at the Authority. I look forward to continuing to deliver our commitments over my final few months, and have no doubt that my successor will find that the fantastic team at the MGA can help him or her continue to drive improvement further. I cannot wait to see what the future holds for the Authority.”

As part of the senior leadership succession plan, the Board will be issuing a public call for applications for the position of CEO over the coming days to cater for a smooth transition from Dr Brincat to his successor.

The chosen successor shall spend a number of weeks shadowing Dr Brincat before commencing his or her term on 26th January 2024.

“The MGA remains dedicated to strengthening this vital sector in Malta and unlocking new opportunities for innovation and excellence.”

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