Sportradar Enlarges Legal Team by Naming Lynn S McCreary New CLO

Sportradar Enlarges Legal Team by Naming Lynn S McCreary New CLO

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Sportradar shores up its legal block by announcing the appointment of Lynn S McCreary new Chief Legal Officer and aims for worldwide expansion

The new CLO offers a wealth of expertise not only in the legal arena, but also in commercial and management senior titles, with an impressive resume that includes a 11-year experience as a Chief Legal Officer at Fiserv, where McCreary’s duties involved responsibility for the company’s generally legal and ethical affairs, in addition to active participation in the marketing department, as well as taking part in the firm’s buyout of First Data.

McCreary’s career also includes grand opportunities and achievements such as serving as a Managing Partner in San Francisco, as well as being Member of the Directors Committee at NASDAQ-listed NMI Holdings and more, all of which served as major knowledge-learning occasions for Lynn S McCreary.

Sportradar’s CEO Carsten Koerl welcomed the new CLO and stated:

“We are thrilled to salute McCreary’s appointment, whose exceptional wealth of expertise and professionalism will surely benefit our team in the long run, and cannot wait to get to working together and paving Sportradar’s success along its global expansion journey.”

McCreary’s appointment aligns with the company’s strategic expansion journey, as Sportradar secures partnerships with a number of well-established sports brand names such as the NBA, MLB, NHL, NFL, as well as a set of international corporations such as the ITTF, in the firm’s US market affirmation efforts, which paid off, as the company acquires the Synergy Sports only 2 months ago.

In her opening statement, Lynn S McCreary said:

“Joining such an interesting and prospective sporting and technology intertwining group as Sportradar is very exciting and I cannot wait to see how it plays out in our acceleration plans for the company.”


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