Toronto-Listed Operator NYX Promotes News Group Director of Talent Acquisition

Publish: 06.09.2017

In the most recent company-related news update, NYX Gaming Group has informed the market that Charles St Aubyn has been appointed Group Director of Talent Acquisition.

Having already performed a similar role at JDA Software, a US business software solutions provider, where St Aubyn was occupying a role of Director of Talent Management for EMEA from 2015 to 2017, St Aubyn arrives as a knowledgeable and a skilled asset.

Experienced & Skilled Addition

Experienced in talent acquisition in the technology market, St Aubyn will be in charge of NYX’s in-house recruitment teams. NYX us launching its global recruitment project for its multi-product and multi-market operations and it’s St Aubyn who will be on its head.

Charles St Aubyn is expected to deliver the company’s talent acquisition strategy in order to meet the high demands of the NYX’s customers and to help the company continue to grow. St Aubyn’s main task will be to attract and retain key talent to drive the company’s competitive advantage.

Doreena Ross, NYX Chief HR Officer was thrilled to welcome Charles to the team stating that his appointment will definitely ‘support the aggressive growth model’ NYX is planning to execute.

“Following the integration between two of the leading players in the gaming industry, we continue to develop a company culture that inspires individuals, encourages innovation and drives results.”, she said.

St Aubyn is looking forward to the challenge and can’t wait to start providing the exceptional talent the company needs to achieve its ambitions.

About NYX

NYX Gaming Group offers a complete range of industry leading products to some of the largest operators across the regulated market.

With over 200 unique customers around the globe, NYX boasts one of the broadest distribution bases in the industry. NYX offers its customers with the widest portfolio of content available.

More than 200 game titles are joined with NYX’s award winning sports betting division called OpenBet.