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CFO Cameron-Doe to leave Aristocrat on April 15
Aristocrat revealed that on April 15, CFO Julie Cameron-Doe will resign from her post to accept her new position at Wynn Resorts.
Cameron-Doe has been Aristocrat’s chief financial officer from 2018 January.
After assigning Craig Billings the new CEO of Wynn, during December they announced that J. Cameron-Doe will be the new CFO of the company.
During that time it was known that after finishing her role at Aristocrat, she will join Wynn on 2022 Q2. But now Aristocrat announced that J. Cameron-Doe will finish her duty on April 15. Cameron-Doe’s role will take on DCFO Sally Denby.
S. Denby and Aristocrat have been working together for 7 years now. During that time Denby has been the group GM of finance for 4 years.
Aristocrat’s CEO Trevor Croker said:
“J. Cameron-Doe has always been an excellent college for him and the whole group. I am grateful for all the work she has done during all these 8 years and we wish her the best of luck in the future.”
Cameron-Doe’s reassignment came after Aristocrat failed in an attempt to acquire Playtech.
In October Playtech refused a deal of 2.7 billion pounds for Aristocrat.
In February Playtech said that after all the votes implied that they will not be able to get the 75% votes needed to continue the application of the Aristocrat. Playtech was approached by TTB Partners after.