FSB, the international sports wagering platform, has announced the appointment of Craig Artley as its Chief Financial Officer, a move that will further strengthen its senior management team. Artley, who comes with a wealth of experience from his previous role at Sporting Group, will be responsible for leading finance and compliance teams at FSB. He will also oversee the company’s financial strategy and manage its commercial relationships with both new and existing partners.
During his time at Sporting Group, Artley held various senior financial positions for three successful years. Additionally, he gained expertise in Corporate Finance at organizations such as Deloitte, a multinational financial services network, and Gfinity, a technology and gaming media firm. His impressive track record makes Artley a valuable addition to FSB’s leadership team.
The appointment of Artley comes as part of FSB’s overall strategy to expand its global presence and bolster its financial outlook. CEO Adam Smith expressed his excitement about the new addition, highlighting Artley’s sector experience and strong desire to deliver results. Artley himself expressed his honor in joining FSB and outlined his role in supporting the business from a financial perspective across its four operational continents and growing partner pool.
In other recent developments, FSB has entered into a retail channel distribution deal with PLYMKR. This strategic partnership will see the London-based company exclusively distributing FSB’s retail technology suite, including the SSBT, EPOS, Companion App, and Odds Display, to the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Russell Colvin, the Global Channel Partner Manager at FSB, commented on the new partnership, emphasizing the company’s focus on strengthening its core products and driving global growth through new channel partnerships.
Overall, these recent developments position FSB for further expansion and success in the international sports wagering market as it continues to build its partner network and strengthen its product offerings.