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Bally's Caller Retires; Davidson Named CFO

Bally's Caller Retires; Davidson Named CFO

Slot and system manufacturer Bally Technologies announced that Robert Caller is retiring from his post of chief financial officer, to be replaced by Neil P. Davidson (l.), currently the company’s chief accounting officer.

Davidson has been promoted to senior vice president, chief financial officer and corporate treasurer.

Davidson joined Bally in 2006 as vice president of corporate accounting, and was appointed chief accounting officer in May 2008. During his tenure, he has worked directly under Caller in assisting the company to improve financial operations. Prior to joining Bally, he served as vice president of finance for Multimedia Games.

“I’m honored to have worked under Robert and assume the role of Bally’s CFO at such an exciting time in our company’s 78-year history,” Davidson said. “Our games and systems product portfolio has never been richer and more cutting-edge, and there is a tremendous amount of innovation currently under development.”

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