Mark McMillan to lead US-focused operations at EveryMatrix
Mark McMillan has been appointed as Chief Financial Officer at EveryMatrix, and has been tasked with the role of coordinating the iGaming provider’s operations in the rapidly growing US market.
Having joined the company on 1 October, the new hire first began working in the iGaming sector in 2011 when he was employed by William Hill’s Corporate Development Office, before moving on to focus on the then FTSE250 bookmaker’s US operations as CFO in 2016.
Additional roles at the firm saw him responsible for a number of areas across the group’s divisions, whilst also being involved in its international M&A strategy in the UK, Australia, Spain and the US.
An economics graduate from the University of Birmingham and a Chartered Accountant, McMilan has previously been employed at Ernst & Young and HSBC Global Banking during his 20 year career in Corporate Finance and Strategy.
Commenting on his appointment, McMillan said: “I am pleased to be joining EveryMatrix. Together with my fellow Board Members, I will assist the founders and the Leadership team in developing and growing the company’s reach in the iGaming sector. The company expanded exponentially during the past years, and I aim to help continue this development.”
The addition of McMilan to the EveryMatrix board is its second major appointment of the month, following on from the promotion of Alina Alexandru to the position of Chief Technology Officer (CTO).
Ebbe Groes, Chief Executive Officer & Co-Founder of EveryMatrix, remarked: “It’s a great pleasure to welcome Mark McMillan as a member of our Board of Directors. His expertise and strong track record in M&A will make for a valuable asset to our company. Skilled people like Mark are hard to come by, and we look forward to having him in our Board meetings.
“EveryMatrix has grown tremendously over the recent years, and we are transitioning to a larger and more mature organization. To successfully make the transition, we have to expand our team and reach, in particular in the US.”