Fast growth FSB appoints Susan Ball as corporate advisor

Industry figurehead Susan Ball has joined the board of governance of fast growth betting platform and systems provider FSB, advising the company on its corporate expansion strategy amid changing market and regulatory demands.

Issuing a market filing, FSB expands its governance appointing Ball as a Non-Executive Director, working closely with CEO Dave McDowell as FSB prepares for ‘rapid expansion across new and established markets including Africa, Latin America and the US’.

A seasoned industry executive and corporate advisor, Ball joins FSB governance from gambling technology group Playtech Plc, where she chaired the FTSE firm’s Audit Committee and further served on Compliance, Remuneration and Nomination committees.

An expert in industry financial planning and enterprise strategies, Ball is the former Chief Financial Officer of European sportsbook Unibet Plc and UK legacy arcade operator Praesepe.

David McDowell – FSB

Ball said: “I’m delighted to join FSB Technology. It is a fantastic opportunity to work alongside such an experienced, driven and motivated senior management team who are passionate about delivering FSB’s high performance, advanced technology and rapidly growing the business across a wide range of exciting new markets.”

Entering 2020, FSB has moved to restructure its senior management team, appointing former Ladbrokes executive Andrew Bowen as new CFO accompanied by the appointment of Rob Wheeler as Business Development Director.

David McDowell, CEO at FSB, added: “Susan is a first-class addition to the company’s executive board. Her vast industry expertise and experience will play a vital role in taking the company to its next level of growth. We’re thrilled she has chosen to join us.”

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