GVC ‘fine tunes’ operational structure with senior product team reshuffle

Gambling group GVC Holdings has confirmed that it will be carrying out a major reshuffle of its senior product team in a bid to fine tune its current operational structure. 

As part of the reshuffle, GVC’s deputy chief operating officer Valery Gelfman will be handed the responsibility of monitoring the operator’s senior product team.  

Commenting on the changes, Shay Segev, GVC’s chief operating officer praised the decision: “The restructure of our senior team, announced to staff on Friday, fine tunes our operational structure to ensure we are fit for the future and able to continue the delivery of our future growth plans in the most efficient manner. 

“We have a great team in place and I am excited about our future prospects.”

The news follows on from a shift in focus for chief product officer (CPO) Liron Snir, who is due to remain as the company’s CPO. With a shift in scope of his role, focused much more on providing strategic guidance for the product, projects and new partnerships, Snir will work closely with Nick Batram to support corporate development with new initiatives.

Gelfman, meanwhile, will hold direct responsibility for the gaming, platform, sports and retail product divsions at GVC. As part of the reshuffle, Gelfman will also be responsible for overall product planning. 

He will work closely with each head of product to define the needs, priorities and provide transparency and focus on execution across digital and retail as well as maintaining his current responsibilities with Projects.

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