Mel Camilleri-Bland named Glitnor Group COO

Updated:2024-03-30 07:31    Views:179

Glitnor Group has confirmed the appointment of Mel Camilleri-Bland as its new COO for Lcky Group, the B2C team within the company. 

Camilleri-Bland has accumulated over 15 years in the iGaming industry working in a number of high-profile consultancy, management and customer service roles. 

Prior to joining Glitnor, she held a number of positions within BVGroup, including most recently the Group Director of Compliance. 

Other positions she has held have included independent director and consultant for MMC Consulting and Director of Customer Operations for William Hill. 

On top of the prominent roles Camilleri-Bland has held, another key reason behind her hire was the vast number of countries and cultures she has worked in. 

Glitnor Group Head of Brands and Business, David Schwieler, said: “While I’d like to take the opportunity to thank our outgoing COO, Cameron Brown,Online Casino Games for everything he’s helped Glitnor achieve during his time in the role, in Mel Camilleri-Bland, we think we’ve found the perfect successor to continue his legacy. 

“Having helped numerous companies around the world transform their customer experience and improve their ROI, Mel arrives at Glitnor Group with a wealth of industry experience and all the tools required to take the B2C side of our business to the next level. We’re really looking forward to having her on board and can’t wait to see what we can achieve together as we continue to grow in the future.” 

Camilleri-Bland herself added: “Having spent over a decade-and-a-half in the iGaming industry working in various management, consultancy and customer service roles across multiple continents, I’m delighted to now be able to utilise my expertise on the B2C side of Glitnor Group. 

“As a business, Glitnor has made giant strides forward over the past few years and I’m really looking forward to coming in at such an exciting time for the group. The team we have here is already amazing and I sincerely hope that the skills and industry know-how that I’ve accumulated over the past 15 years can add another dimension to that as we look to take things to a whole new level in 2024 and beyond.” 

In other personnel news, new research has found that Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) have the lowest job security in the gambling C-Suite field. 




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