General Director Bettina Glatz-Kremser has announced her retirement from the European Casino Association (ECA) at ICE 2022, prompting a reshuffle of the ECA’s board.
Glatz-Kremser’s position has been filled by Erwin van Lambaart, who recently moved from Holland Casino to become the CEO of Casinos Austria at the start of April.
The Vice President of Gaming and Services at Holland Casino, Pieter Boers, has resultantly joined the ECA board to fill van Lambaart’s vacated position as The Netherlands’ representative on the ECA board.
The Chairman of the ECA, Per Jaldung, has spoken about Glatz-Kremser’s decision to retire.
He said: “The contribution of Glatz-Kremsner, as Board Member and the ECA’s Vice-Chair during the last two years, has been critical to the unified response of the land-based casino sector to the adversity faced by members during the Covid-19 crisis.
“I wish Bettina the very best as she retires from her role at Casinos Austria and, on behalf of the ECA, recognise the debt we owe for the contributions she has made, not only in regards to our association but to the casino industry as a whole. I am sure we will cross paths in the future, and I look forward to such opportunities.”
On the appointments of Van Lambaart and Boers, Jaldung said: “I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate Van Lambaart on his new role leading Casinos Austria.
“As an existing and highly valued ECA Board Member, I look forward to maintaining our close working relationship. I also extend a warm welcome to our newest Board Member, Pieter Boers, whose input is most welcome at this pivotal time for the land-based casino industry in Europe.”
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