IGT Chief Accounting Officer Tim Rishton announces retirement

December 14, 2023
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David Morgan will step into this role starting January 1.

Tim Rishton, IGT’s SVP and Chief Accounting Officer, will retire at the end of next year. Rishton’s career with IGT spans nearly 29 years.

Following Rishton’s retirement, David Morgan will step into the role of SVP and Chief Accounting Officer. Morgan will assume his duties on January 1. Rishton said he will assist in the transition.

Company EVP and CFO Max Chiara took a moment to recognize Rishton for his commitment.

He said, “On behalf of the leadership team at IGT, I congratulate Tim Rishton on an illustrious career. Tim's leadership, strategic vision, industry knowledge, discipline and integrity will have a lasting influence on our organization.

"Tim has been instrumental in helping drive some of the most significant milestones in the evolution of IGT and its legacy companies."

Morgan has worked at IGT since 2017 and has held a leadership role with the company since 2-2020. Prior to his new role, Morgan was IGT’s VP and Corporate Controller.

Chiara elaborated further on Morgan’s achievements throughout his career at IGT.

He said in closing, "Throughout his tenure at IGT, David Morgan has displayed a dedication to process improvement along with strong knowledge and expertise in technical accounting.

“He is a tremendous professional who will have a positive impact on our accounting and tax group, and our broader organization as a member of the leadership team.”

In other company news, IGT recently received another responsible gaming accreditation from the Global Gambling Guidance Group (G4) for its continuing efforts to affirm safe gambling through both its PlayDigital and Global Gaming operations.

G4 audited IGT by examining the company’s corporate standards, responsible gaming code of conduct, training, player protection tools and operation code of practice prior to issuing its latest accreditation.


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