Leverate CEO Kobi Gur Parts Ways with the Company


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Gur led the company’s restructuring efforts over the previous 2 years.

Kobi Gur has resigned from his function as CEO of Leverate after simply over 2 years at the trading innovation company, Finance Magnates has discovered. Leverate has verified Gur’s resignation after the board of the company authorized the move. Gur led the company throughout its restructuring stage, moving focus from total turnkey services to a more adjustable item lineup.

Leverate discussed Gur’s resignation: “Mr. Kobi Gur, CEO of Leverate for the last 2 years, has encouraged the Board of Directors of his objective to leave his present position in order to pursue other interests. The Board has accepted the resignation which will work in 90 days. The Board wants to reveal its gratitude to Kobi for his dedicated efforts to guide the company in these tough times. The Board wants Kobi every success in his brand-new undertakings.”

“The Board remains in the procedure of examining particular prospects and it is the Board’s intent to choose a brand-new CEO in the really future. Kobi has guaranteed the Board of his desire to supervise an organized shift and we are grateful to Kobi for that,” it included,

Other exits

Gur’s departure follows the current exits of 2 other essential executives– VP R&D Or Chubook, who left the company after 5 years last May, and General Manager Sami Mena recently.

Gur is a veteran of the gaming market. He signed up with Leverate in May 2015 after a stint at Ad-Sys, a marketing innovation service provider, where he worked as COO. Prior to that he was the COO and VP Product Delivery at Teddy Sagi’s Playtech. Before becoming COO, he was Playtech’s VP Projects for almost 3 years.

Gur has a bachelor’s degree in Economics and an MBA in Business Administration– Finance and Information Systems, both from Tel Aviv University.