Lee Feldman, Chairman, and non-executive director
Lee Feldman (41), holds a law degree from Columbia University and is currently the Managing Partner of Twin
Lakes Capital, a private equity firm based in New York City. He joined the board at the time when the
Company was admitted to AIM, and serves on both the Audit and Remuneration committees. He currently
serves on a number of boards, including MacKenzie-Childs LLC and LRN Corporation. Prior to Twin Lakes,
Mr. Feldman was a partner at Softbank Capital Partners.
Nigel Blythe-Tinker, Non-Executive Director Chairman of the Remuneration Committee
Nigel Blythe-Tinker (58), trained as a solicitor and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and
Administrators. He has extensive City experience of over 30 years which covers being Group Corporate
Secretary/Legal counsel and board member of a number of private and publicly quoted companies in the
leisure, gaming and industrial sectors. He joined the board at the time when the Company was admitted to
AIM, and serves on both the Audit and Remuneration committees. He is also the Chairman of Pentasia
Limited, a recruitment business specialising in the gaming sector.
Karl Diacono, Non-Executive Director Chairman of the Audit Committee
Karl Diacono (46), holds a Master Degree in Management and is currently CEO of the Fenlex Group, a
corporate service provider based in Malta, and Managing Director of Impetus Europe Consulting Group.
He joined the board on 5 December 2008 and serves on both the Audit and Remuneration committees.
He currently sits on a number of boards in Malta and overseas and is also actively involved in the hospitality
Kenneth J Alexander, Chief Executive Officer
Kenny (39), is a Chartered Accountant by training. He was formerly the European Managing Director for
Sportingbet plc, the pioneering, AIM listed internet gaming and sportsbetting company, where he worked
since 2000. Kenny joined the board in March 2007.
Richard Cooper, Finance Director
Richard Cooper (48), is a Chartered Accountant by training. In his early career he worked in the financial
markets, holding the position of UK Finance Director at moneybrokers Tulletts, and CFO at Fidelity Brokerage.
He then undertook a number of restructuring roles in both private and publicly traded companies. In 2005
he became a founder director of Trident Gaming plc, which later went on to sell its Gamebookers asset to
PartyGaming plc. Richard joined the board on 5 December 2008.