Malta-headquartered casino operator Videoslots.com has promoted Matthew Muscat to the position of Chief Finance Officer (CFO).
Mr Muscat has been at Videoslots for almost four years, beginning as Head of Finance, climbing the ranks to then become Finance Director before acceding to the new role.
During his tenure, together with his predecessor, he assisted in developing processes and overseeing the finance function in fulfilling its obligations brought about by new products, licenses, regulations and rapid company growth.
Ulle Skottling, Deputy CEO at Videoslots, said: “Matthew has been a huge asset to the finance team at Videoslots and his dedication made him a stand-out candidate for the role of CFO.
“With him at the helm we have someone who has the company’s best interests at heart. We look forward to watching this area of the business develop and grow in the coming months.”
Prior to joining Videoslots, Mr Muscat was Senior Finance Manager at Bethard Group for three years and he has vast experience within accounting and auditing.
Commenting on his appointment, he said: “Having been at the company for almost four years, I am indebted to the trust shown in me to become Videoslots’ new CFO. I am delighted for this opportunity to keep driving the company as a financial success.
“The finance team here is a hugely important part of how the company operates and my job will be to ensure that we make things as smooth as possible for all our partners and customers.”
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