Cheryl Bosi Joins Flutter as Chief People Officer

Sports betting and gambling company Flutter UK & Ireland has appointed Cheryl Bosi as its new Chief People Officer.

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Prior to her appointment, Bosi worked as Head of HR at HSBC UK, a position she held for three and a half years. She has also served as the HR director for the Retail Bank and Scottish Widows Insurance at Lloyds Banking Group.

Additionally, her rich career included a long stint at Northern Rock and Virgin Money, where she held leading roles in HR, Risk & Compliance, and Sales and Service departments.

The ambition, people and culture at Flutter UK & Ireland really stood out to me. I’m excited to be working in a new industry and look forward to everything I’m going to learn along the way! I’m also looking forward to gaining further personal growth and new skills and helping to build and lead a first-class HR team who are integral to the commercial success of the business. I also love to have fun at work and believe Flutter will be a great fit for me.

Cheryl BosiChief People Officer at Flutter UK & Ireland

Flutter to Gain from Bosi’s Industry Expertise

According to Flutter, Bosi’s wealth of experience will prove invaluable to its operations. With various achievements in the course of her career, including the development and execution of a comprehensive global hybrid proposition and the revamping of performance management practices, Bosi’s background aligns with the company’s scope and objectives.

Flutter is the parent company of various gaming brands of Paddy Power, Sisal, Betfair and Sky Betting & Gaming. The company boasts “14 million active customers and clients and around 22,000 employees across the country.”

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