LeoVegas Appoints Stefan Nelson as the new CFO
LeoVegas, the Swedish mobile game provider of casinos online and sports betting services has hired Stefan Nelson as their new Chief Financial Officer. This is one move that will surely strengthen the group management. Stefan currently works as Director at one of the top Swedish financial group. Nelson will begin with his new role on August 22, 2018. The current LeoVegas Group’s CFO and previous equity analyst at Goldman Sachs will then take his new role as the senior advisor.
LeoVegas Mobile Gaming – Stefan Nelson
Nelson has almost two decades of experience in finance. This is in addition to his other positions. He has also been a great equity analyst in the gaming sector. Which means he brings with him important industry knowledge. This includes an understanding of great trends, operational activities as well as product knowledge. Moreover, one needs an extensive scope of M&A experience in order to be a future key player in the gaming business.
“It will be incredibly stimulating to begin work at LeoVegas; one of the fastest growing firms on the OMX,”-said Nelson.
Nelson believes that his role at SEB led LeoVegas IPO in 2016. Moreover, he is familiar with the establishment and its management team. LeoVegas gaming group has remarkably achieved a principal position in a great and fast-moving industry.
“I am deeply impressed by the company’s unique corporate culture, which is perhaps the most important explanation for its success.” enthused Nelson. “And I look forward to being part of and contributing to the continued growth journey that Gustaf and his team have set out for the future,” he added.
LeoVegas Mobile Gaming Group CEO and co-founder, Gustaf Hagman, said he is excited and looking forward to working with Nelson.
Nelson has deep knowledge in finance and has a sense of the business and gaming market. The team is in the right hands teamed-up with the Sweden renowned gaming analyst. Nelson will also be an addition to the organization’s team.
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