Taylor had been serving as senior vice-president and controller since joining the firm in 2011.
He will now replace Mary Higgins in the role of chief financial officer. GCA said Higgins’ departure was not related to any disagreements with the board of directors, audit committee or auditors.
Ram Chary, chief executive officer of GCA, said: “Randy Taylor has a deep knowledge of both our business and the solutions we deliver to the gaming industry.”
In addition to Taylor’s appointment, GCA has also announced a number of other executive leadership changes.
David Johnson will take on the role of executive vice-president of government relations, with Juliet Lim replacing him in his previous position of executive vice-president and general counsel, and corporate secretary.
David Lucchese has also been named executive vice-president, client operations, while Scott Dowty will take the role of executive vice-president, sales.
“David Lucchese and Scott Dowty are well-positioned to drive top line growth and improve profitability through new customer commitments as well as in our existing client base,” Chary said.
“David Johnson and Juliet Lim will be integral members of our leadership team providing counsel on government affairs and all corporate legal matters, which are critical to our success in a highly regulated market.”
source : www.igamingbusiness.com