eQube Gaming Confirms CFO Departure
Merely a year after his appointment as eQube Gaming’s new chief financial officer, Michael Khan has abandoned his position and left the Canadian electronic gaming provider in search of a new CFO.
Michael Khan Resigns from CFO position
Michael Khan is industry’s seasoned specialist and a man who boasts vast experience in capital markets, mergers and acquisition advisory. Prior to his eQube Gaming spell, Khan served as an investment banker with Morgan Stanley, Canada, TD Securities and Kensington Capital Partners.
Michael Khan was also a director of a Capital Pool Company and another private financial services firm where he was in charge of providing strategic and financial consulting services to public companies.
Khan issued a statement confirming his departure from the Canadian electronic bingo specialists eQube, claiming he wants to ‘pursue other interests and opportunities’.
eQube has acknowledged the resignation and went on to wish Michael Khan ‘success in his future endeavours’.
Canadian company eQube Gaming has had a busy year in terms of management changes. It was not two months ago that the company announced board of directors changes with Robb McNaughton leaving his position in the board.
On a different note however, the year of 2017 has also brought an innovative break for the company with eQube unveiling earlier in May their innovative hand-held tablet, especially designed to meet the needs of Bingo operators and their customers.
eQube Gaming is a leading provider of electronic bingo systems for land-based operators both in commercial and charitable facilities.
The majority of eQube’s market is Canada-oriented, although the company services the linked bingo games in Alberta and Ireland as well. eQube’s current solutions include commercial eBingo, linked wide area bingo, traditional bingo and automated bingo style electronic games.
The company exists since 1999. It is registered and headquartered in Edmonton, Alberta.