Bill Murray, a director at Canadian private equity firm Regimen Partners, has been appointed an advisor to the board of directors of eQube Gaming Ltd (TSX-V: EQG), an Edmonton-based provider of community and charitable gaming solutions. Murray will formally join the board subject to regulatory approvals. Prior to joining Regimen in 2015, Murray had a 20-year career as an investment banker at several firms, including National Bank Financial. Regimen’s recent deals include its January investment in Central Technology Services Corp.
eQube Gaming Limited announces addition to the Board of Directors
EDMONTON, March 15, 2016 /CNW/ – eQube Gaming Limited (TSX-V: EQG) (“eQube” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce the appointment of Bill Murray as advisor to the Company’s Board of Directors. Mr. Murray will be formally appointed to the Board subject to regulatory approval.
Mr. Murray is a Director, Private Equity at Regimen Partners, a small business private equity firm specializing in transforming local and regional companies into multi-national organizations. Prior to joining Regimen Partners, Mr. Murray was a Managing Director in investment banking where he had a 20-year career at a number of firms including National Bank Financial, Versant Partners, Raymond James Ltd., and AltaCorp Capital. His transaction experience has ranged from venture stage to large capitalization companies in a broad range of sectors including: aerospace, agriculture, business services, consumer products, engineering and construction, healthcare, manufacturing, retail, technology, transportation and waste management. Mr. Murray earned a MBA from McGill University in 1995 and received the Chartered Financial Analyst designation in 1997.
“I am pleased to announce that Bill has joined eQube as an advisor to the Board,” commented eQube’s CEO and Director Kent Tong. “He brings investment banking and deal structuring experience to our team as well as hands on knowledge of the capital markets which will be key to the Company’s future growth.”
“I am excited to be joining the Board of Directors of eQube. I have been impressed with the calibre and diverse skill-set of the directors as well as the growth the Company has achieved to date,” said Mr. Murray. “I look forward to helping the Board serve the shareholders and hope to draw on my experience in advising public companies to contribute to many of eQube’s current and future initiatives.”
About eQube Gaming Limited (“eQube”):
eQube is a leading provider of community and charitable gaming solutions for charitable and commercial gaming facilities. eQube has a majority market share of the Canadian regulated eBingo market, is the leading provider to the Irish digital bingo market and now operates the largest linked bingo game in Western Canada. Current solutions, consisting of commercial eBingo, linked bingo, social games and ancillary systems, are deployed in North America and Europe. eQube’s open platform suite of tools provides customers with new revenue channels to deliver and enhance traditional bingo income for lottery, tribal and other gaming organizations.
eQube has been offering its charitable gaming solutions to provincial gaming authorities and private industry since its incorporation under the Business Corporations Act (Alberta) in 1999. Its registered and head office is in Edmonton, Alberta. eQube is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol EQG. For more information visit: www.eqube.com.
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