Tag Archives: Lord Mendelsohn

888 acquires ‘hugely exciting’ £2.2bn William Hill International


888 Holdings CEO Itai Pazner has confirmed the ‘hugely exciting acquisition of William Hill’s non-US business from Caesars Entertainment for £2.2bn.  The deal, news of which broke earlier this week, is expected to deliver ‘significant operating efficiencies’, including pre-tax cost synergies of at least £100 million per year, which 888 says will lead to improved profit margins. On a pro …

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888 forms new CSR committee led by Lord Mendelsohn 

The board of 888 Holdings has formed a new ‘Environment, Social and Governance’ (ESG) committee to help structure and guide the FTSE250 online gambling group’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) duties and objectives. The ESG Committee will be led by Lord Jon Mendelsohn, 888’s forthcoming non-executive Chairman who will take leadership of the firm’s corporate governance duties from May onwards.  A …

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September to October 2020 in Review: Autumn signals a ‘generational change’

2020’s Autumn months held no respite for betting leadership, as the sector was placed at the forefront of global business headlines reporting on inbound changes be it through regulatory challenges, M&A or leadership changes… SBC – Politics and M&A make global betting the headline maker…  The betting industry’s autumn proceedings begun with further political maneuverers centred around the UK government’s …

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888 confirms Lord Mendelsohn as inbound chairman for critical 2021 proceedings

888 Holdings has filed a notice with the London Stock Exchange, confirming that Lord Jonathan Mendelsohn will replace Brian Mattingley as its designate company chairman. The appointment of Lord Mendelsohn as new chairman is scheduled to take place at 888’s next annual general meeting in May 2021, with Mattingley officially resigning from all governance duties.  In its notice, 888 highlighted …

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