Cath Burns (pictured), group chief executive of U.K.-based gaming equipment supplier TCS John Huxley Ltd, is to leave the organisation on November 21, the firm said. The company didn’t give a reason.
Tristan Sjöberg, executive chairman of the firm, will assume her responsibilities.
Ms Burns joined TCS John Huxley in March 2012 after serving as vice president Asia Pacific for slot machine and casino systems maker Bally Technologies Inc since 2006.
Mr Sjöberg said in a statement: “The board and I wish to thank Cath for the excellent contribution she has made to the business. Under her leadership TCS John Huxley has developed innovative products and services with committed product roadmaps, which protect our customers’ investment in us and in turn provide strategic growth for the future.”
The firm added that Ms Burns had overhauled the business by “realigning, refocusing and preparing the company for the next stage of its growth”.
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