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Tabcorp shuts down Lottery split rumours

David Attenborough, the Chief Executive of Australia ASX-listed gambling group Tabcorp Holdings has stated that the company holds no intentions in splitting its lucrative lotteries and keno division into a separate entity, dismissing speculation as ‘complete nonsense’. Yesterday, Tabcorp investors were served mixed results as the company published 2018/2019 accounts (12-month period ending 30 June), reporting on the firm’s first …

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Tabcorp defends ‘POC position’ against Racing Queensland

Australia ASX-listed gambling group Tabcorp Holdings faces a legal dispute with Racing Queensland related to Australian betting’s new point-of-consumption (POC) tax charge. Unable to reach an agreement on POC ‘additional payments’, the governance of Racing Queensland has moved to file a Supreme Court challenge against Tabcorp subsidiary UBET Queensland. Implementing its state budget mandate, in October 2018 the Queensland government …

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Tabcorp appoints M&C Saatchi to develop new AUS profile

Australian marketing news source Mumbrella has reported that ASX gambling group Tabcorp Holdings has awarded its creative advertising account to M&C Saatchi Australia. The Sydney based marketing agency will takeover the AUS $ multi-million account from incumbent Clemenger (BBDO Group), who have served as Tabcorp’s creative lead since 2016. Mumbrella reports that M&C Saatchi, were not required to pitch for …

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Tabcorp drops UBET focusing on TAB as lead betting domain

Australia ASX-listed gambling group Tabcorp Holdings has confirmed it will utilise its flagship ‘TAB’ brand as its lead sports betting property. Tabcorp governance continues its corporate re-alignment, integrating the assets of Aus $11 billion merger partner Tatts Group, detailing that its enlarged enterprise will deliver ‘stronger consumer-facing properties’ in 2019. The decision to lead with TAB as its sole sports …

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Tabcorp appoints Patrick Mcglinchey as group legal lead

Australia ASX-listed gambling group Tabcorp Holdings has confirmed the appointment of Patrick Mcglinchey as new Group General Counsel. Mcglinchey is expected to join the legacy Australian gambling group on 4 March 2019, and will act as a chief legal aid for a much-changed Tabcorp senior executive team, following the merger completion and integration of Tatts Group assets and operating divisions. …

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Tabcorp shareholders dispute executive merger rewards

The governance of Australia ASX-listed Tabcorp Holdings has been served a bloody nose, as a significant number of its investors have rejected the firm’s executive remuneration report. This Wednesday, 40% of Tabcorp investors voted against 2017/18 executive packages. Australian business news sources report that investors had been incensed by the company attaching executive performance rewards (bonuses) to Tabcorp’s AUS $11 …

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New look Tabcorp refreshes Executive Management team

Australia ASX-listed Tabcorp Holdings has undertaken a series of ‘Executive General Management’ appointments seeking to strengthen its leadership team, following the firm’s merger enlargement with main market rival Tatts Group plc. Last week Tabcorp governance confirmed the appointment of Luke Waldren from online competitor  Sportsbet.com.au (Paddy Power Betfair) as new Executive General Manager of Group Marketing. The ASX enterprise details …

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Tabcorp outlines ‘new enlarged capacity’ despite Sun Bets setback

Publishing its 2017/18 (period ending 30 June) annual results, a new look Tabcorp Holdings demonstrates its enlarged capacity, recovering from its 2016/17 woes. The ASX-listed gambling group points towards a new direction as it incorporates the lottery and betting assets of Tatts Group, forming Australia’s biggest gambling enterprise (deal concluded December 2017). A significantly enlarged Tabcorp records 2017/18 group revenues …

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Lottoland urges Australian government to revise proposed ban

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Lottoland is calling on the Australian federal government to review its proposed ban within the country, after raising concerns over the financial security of the Australian Lottery and Newsagents Association (ALNA). The new legislation wouldn’t permit Australians to bet on the outcome of international lotteries, with ALNA heavily lobbying for a ban which it has previous labelled as a “positive …

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Lottoland offers Australian newsagents share of profits

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Lottoland Australia has offered the nation’s 4,000 news and lottery agents a profit sharing agreement, which will see newsagents receive a share on every bet on overseas lotteries that they refer to the company. Designed to “ensure wider choice for customers – and additional revenue for newsagents” through the offer of 20 percent, which it states could be worth “thousands …

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