• IGT leadership transition: Rishton's retirement, Morgan's succession

    Updated:2024-03-20 09:53    Views:106

    IGT has announced a significant leadership transition scheduled for 1 January 2024.

    Tim Rishton, IGT SVP and Chief Accounting Officer, will retire at the end of 2024, concluding nearly three decades of service with the supplier. 

    David Morgan, currently IGT VP and Corporate Controller, will assume the role of SVP and Chief Accounting Officer.

    Max Chiara, IGT EVP and CFO, stated: “On behalf of the leadership team at IGT,black jack aovivo I congratulate Tim Rishton on an illustrious career. Tim's leadership, strategic vision, industry knowledge, discipline and integrity will have a lasting influence on our organisation.”

    He went on to say: “Tim has been instrumental in helping drive some of the most significant milestones in the evolution of IGT and its legacy companies."

    Rishton played a pivotal role in key milestones, including the delisting of GTech from the Borsa Italiana stock exchange and its subsequent relisting as IGT on the New York Stock Exchange in 2015.

    Morgan, joined IGT in 2017. As VP and Corporate Controller since 2020, Morgan demonstrated dedication to process improvement and technical accounting expertise. 

    His appointment is expected to bring a positive impact to IGT's accounting and tax group and the broader organisation as part of the leadership team. Rishton will support the leadership transition throughout 2024.

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