FSB selects Rob Wheeler as new Business Development Director

Industry platform provider FSB has strengthened its leadership team by confirming that Rob Wheeler has joined the company as its new Business Development Director.

The new appointment is hoped to help support FSB’s global expansion, with further senior appointments due to be announced in due course.

Commenting on his new role, Wheeler said: “I’m delighted to have joined FSB at such an exciting time. All the key ingredients are in place including a fantastic sportsbook and casino product offering, the flexibility to provide bespoke solutions in line with specific operator requirements, and a great team to deliver on our promises.

“The timing is right to exponentially grow our customer base across both emerging and regulated markets. We are led by a top-quality management team and now have the investment in place to scale.”

Wheeler joins FSB from Inspired where he was Commercial Director for its interactive division. He has also held senior positions at Playtech, IGT Interactive and Virtue Fusion.

In his new role, Wheeler will take responsibility for FSB’s existing and new business across regulated and emerging markets.

David McDowell, CEO at FSB, added: “I’m delighted to have Rob in place as we continue to attract some of the best industry talent and scale up both our senior team and the business overall.

“The combination of Rob’s experience working for some of the biggest providers in gaming and his commercial knowledge over more than 15 years is second-to-none. This will prove invaluable as we enter one of the most exciting phases of the company’s development.

“I’m very much looking forward to working with him and the team as we have big plans for 2020 and beyond.”

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