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Fast growth LeoVegas AB appoints Caroline Palm as Group HR lead

SBC News Fast growth LeoVegas AB appoints Caroline Palm as Group HR lead
Caroline Palm

Stockholm-listed online gambling group LeoVegas AB has confirmed the appointment of Caroline Palm to the executive position of Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO).

Appointed as LeoVegas’ first ever group HR lead, Palm joins the online gambling operator from Swedish health and environmental technology conglomerate Serendipity Group AB, where she served as Group Head of HR (2013-2017).

Palm, who will begin her executive role this February, will be tasked as a key stakeholder as LeoVegas pursues its ongoing recruitment drive within its Malta, London and Stockholm offices.

Confirming the appointment of Palm as CHRO, Gustaf Hagman, Group CEO of LeoVegas, details: “Caroline Palm fits perfectly into LeoVegas and this new role within the management team. The overall responsibility and strategic mind-set about staff, recruitment and HR is important now when we are close to 600 employees.”

“It has also become even more fundamental when we have started to acquire companies and have offices in several countries and cities. Caroline’s experiences from fast-growing and entrepreneurial companies in the tech sector means that she has broad expertise and is a strong additional contribution to Team LeoVegas,” Hagman added.

Ending 2017, LeoVegas completed its €60 million acquisition of UK-focused online casino brand RoyalPanda.com, which will be integrated to the group’s current online gambling portfolio.

Furthermore, focusing on developing new technology capabilities, LeoVegas launched its innovation and investment arm ‘LeoVentures’, a strategic division which is led by LeoVegas Co-founder Robin Ramm-Ericson.

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