Camelot chief exec to retire [Newcastle Journal (England)]
(Newcastle Journal (England) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) THE boss of the National Lottery is to retire later this year after 14 years in which the business has raised more than Pounds 21bn for good causes.
During her time as chief executive of Camelot, which runs the lottery, Dianne Thompson won two licence competitions to keep hold of the business and secured a four-year extension to the current licence, which ends in 2023. Her departure in October will see her role spilt in two, with managing director of its UK business Andy Duncan becoming chief executive of Camelot UK Lotteries. Nigel Railton, currently Camelot's chief financial officer and strategy director, will become chief executive of Camelot global services.
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