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Cheryl Bosi ‘excited’ to be joining Flutter as Chief People Officer

Flutter Entertainment has welcomed Cheryl Bosi as Chief People Officer of the company’s UK & Ireland division.

Bosi joins the sports betting, gaming and entertainment provider from a ‘long and accomplished’ background in finance, after having spent the last three and a half years leading HR at HSBC UK.

With 14 million active customers and clients and around 22,000 employees across the country, Flutter has said it expects this industry experience to bring valuable insights to the company.

Bosi said of her new role: “Within the hybrid proposition specifically, the emphasis centred on customer and commercial performance outcomes, team collaboration and individual flexibility which, when combined, and led positively by line managers created a positive culture and competitive advantage as a direct result.” 

Flutter also praised Bosi’s success in driving an inclusion strategy which focussed on the “3 R’s”: Respect, Representation and Reputation. She has also worked at Lloyds Banking Group and Virgin Money.

The new CPO played an active role in supporting the Woman in Finance Charter, which pledges to commit to supporting the progression of women into senior roles, recognise diversity, set individual targets to implement the right strategy and encourage firms to be transparent and take accountability for changes and progress on deliverables.

Meanwhile, Bosi praised the ambition, people and culture at Flutter UK & Ireland, adding: “I’m excited to be working in a new industry and look forward to everything I’m going to learn along the way.”

“I’m also looking forward to gaining further personal growth, new skills and helping to build and lead a first-class HR team who are integral to the commercial success of the business. I also love to have fun at work and believe Flutter will be a great fit for me.

“Thank you for the warmest welcome to all the well-wishers I’ve had so far online and to those who I met at the RISE event. Please continue to reach out and introduce yourselves.”

In recent weeks, Flutter declared corporate losses of $1.21bn after completing a transformative year for its business, which achieved the headline objective of becoming global gambling’s most valued Plc. 

Publishing its full-year 2023 accounts, the joint FTSE-&-NYSE-listed gambling group reported revenues of $11.7bn, a 24% increase over the FY2022 results of $9.4bn.

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