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Kindred Group votes to keep eight current board members

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Kindred Group recently held its annual general meeting. The company re-elected several members of its Board of Directors.

Those who retained their positions on the board included Evert Carlsson, James H. Gemmel, Heidi Skogster, Cédric Boireau, Jonas Jansson, Andy McCue, Martin Randel and Kenneth Shea.

During the meeting, the board also re-appointed Evert Carlsson to continue serving as the Chairman of the Board.

The company reported that “more than 35% in nominal value of the total shares/Swedish depository receipts (SDRs) in issue were represented.”

Other key decisions made during the meeting involved the number of members allowed on the company’s nomination committee. The company resolved to keep the committee’s size to “not less than four and not more than five members.”

The committee will remain this size until “the general meeting of shareholders decides otherwise.”

Kindred also approved to pay its directors “a total fee of £806,500 ($1m).” This payment would go to directors who are not employed by the company, as proposed by Kindred’s nomination committee.

Kindred Group plc is an online gambling operator comprised of nine brands, which specializes in online bingo, online casino, online poker and sports betting products.

The company’s global scope reaches Europe, North America and Australia. Kindred currently offers its more than 30 million players access to games from nine brands.

The company said it remains committed to providing its customer base with safe and responsible gaming options.

Kindred is a founding member of IBIA (International Betting Integrity Association) and has also teamed up with the European Gaming and Betting Association (EGBA).

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