Smurfit-backed gaming tech company Gan accepts CFO resignation

Smurfit-backed gaming and gaming technology company Gan, listed on the Nasdaq, has accepted Karen Flores’ resignation from her position as chief financial officer.

Lores, who was appointed in January 2020 ahead of its US listing, has also resigned from Gan’s board of directors.

Dermot Smurfit Jnr, Chief Executive of Gan, said: “Karen’s leadership and financial acumen were critical components of Gan’s development into a US-listed public company and our at-time complex acquisition of Coolbet in early 2021.

“I am very grateful for Karen’s dedication to Gan and wish her all the best in the future.”

Gan has appointed Brian Chang, the company’s senior vice president and corporate controller, to serve as CFO in the interim. Gan’s search for a replacement is ongoing and hopes to provide an update on the process “in the near future.”

Last month, Smurfit and Flores announced that Gan would suspend revenue guidance for the remainder of the fiscal year, citing uncertainty about the Fifa World Cup and currency fluctuations.


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