The board of the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has issued a statement to inform the public that Carl Brincat, its Chief Executive Officer (CEO), is not seeking a continuation of his current contract, which expires on January 25, next year.
The board has expressed its opinion gratitude to Dr. Brincat, especially for his outstanding leadership qualities during his tenure as CEO. In this context Dr. Ryan C Pace, presidentsaid according to the official press release: “Carl made important contributions to this Malta Gaming Authority and the gaming industry in Malta, and we are confident and very grateful for the solid foundation it provides us as we continue to pursue the MGA’s strategic objectives.” Aside from that, Brincat said: “Leaving the MGA is a very difficult decision. The last 9 years have been a rollercoaster of experiences that have contributed to the person I am today and it has been a privilege to lead Authority for the last 3 years. Looking back, I am proud of the work we have done together and of the highly motivated team around me at Authority. I look forward to continuing to deliver on our commitments in my final months and have no doubt that my successor will find that the fantastic team at MGA can help him continue to drive improvements. “I can’t wait to see what the future holds for Authority.”
With regard to the person who will assume the role of CEO and the associated responsibilities, the Board has the following: Succession plan for top management specifically planned for this purpose. With this in mind, it is officially launched a public tender for the above position. In addition, this entire planned process is aimed at ensuring warranty a smooth transition from Dr. Brincat as the next CEO. However, the chosen successor is awaited Spend a few weeks, Dr. Brincat to follow before he officially takes office January 26th of the next year.
In addition, MGA remains committed to Strengthening this important sector In malt and unlock the latest opportunities for excellence and innovation.
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Spring: “Carl Brincat hands over the reins at the MGA“, Sigma World News. October 27, 2023