eQube Gaming has confirmed that Michael Kahn has resigned from his position as chief financial officer of the electronic bingo specialist.
In a statement, eQube said Kahn has opted to leave the firm in order to “pursue other interests and opportunities”.
eQube added that it has accepted the resignation and wished Kahn “success in his future endeavours”.
Kahn had only been in the role since March last year, having previously served as an investment banker with Morgan Stanley Canada, Kensington Capital Partners and TD Securities.
Earlier in his career, Kahn spent time as a director of a Capital Pool Company and a private financial services company.
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