Brian Chang appointed permanent CFO at GAN

April 2, 2024
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He has served the role on an interim basis since November 2022.

Brian Chang has been named as the new Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of B2B supplier GAN. 

Chang takes up this role having served in the position on an interim basis since November 2022, with his main focus turning to closing the deal with Sega Sammy

Prior to that, he was the company’s SVP and Corporate Controller and, before he joined GAN, Chang was the VP of Accounting and Reporting at Alorica, and was an audit manager at Deloitte. 

Not only has Chang already had experience in this particular role on an interim basis, but in general he brings with him experience in financial reporting and process optimization, previously overseeing integrations, divestitures and restructuring efforts. 

GAN Chairman David Goldberg said, “I’d like to congratulate Brian on his appointment to permanently lead our finance team. Brian has proven his financial acumen having served as our interim CFO and he has the full backing of the board of directors.  

“Brian’s proven leadership amongst the financial team and strong knowledge of accounting and financial controls leave us confident that he is the right person to guide us to a successful close of our merger with Sega Sammy.” 

GAN’s CEO Seamus McGill added, “Brian is a highly capable financial leader and has been an important member of the team since 2021.  

“I’d like to congratulate Brian on his appointment, and I look forward to a continued good working relationship with him.” 

In recent weeks, the supplier has also released its financial figures for the fourth quarter and full year of 2023, showing a revenue fall for the company. 

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