CGO Robert Hoskin to leave Entain

CGO Robert Hoskin to leave Entain

CGO Robert Hoskin to leave Entain

In a recent announcement, Entain stated that its Chief Governance Officer Robert Hoskin is going to be retiring from the firm.

Hoskin first started working for Entain back in 2005, with his first position being the firm’s secretary and the director of several of its divisions. He was appointed as Entain’s CGO back in 2020 and joined its board of directors in 2021.

The CEO of Entain, Jette Nygaard-Andersen, remarked:

“Robert has held quite an important role in facilitating Entain’s growth, which has led the company to where it is now. His impact on the firm throughout his near two-decade-long tenure is invaluable, and I would like to express my gratitude for all of his contributions and support.”

Entain’s Chairman, Barry Gibson, commented:

“Throughout the execution of our regulated market-only strategy, Robert has played a vital role and has helped the firm grow to where it is today. He is an excellent colleague and working with him has been quite a pleasing experience.”

Robert Hoskin stated:

“Over the past little while, Entain has solidified itself as a leader in its industry in terms of social responsibility, as the firm operates only in regulated markets and is dedication to its high standards of sustainability. I am quite happy that I was been able to play a big part in this achievement over my time at the firm, and I wish Entain the best moving forward.”

As part of this latest management change at Entain, the company is going to restructure a number of Hoskin’s responsibilities, namely those associated with its regulatory affairs, as they hold a high level of strategic significance for the firm. All of his other tasks will be transferred to the General Counsel of the firm, Simon Zinger. These changes will take place at the end of August after Hoskin officially steps down from his position.

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