Casino Cosmopol’s CEO Per Jaldung will step down from his position at the end of the year after 20 years with the company. Jaldung said, “I have worked with many incredibly talented and wonderful casino people, both with colleagues in our group and with others internationally.” I have been doing my best for a long time.
After 20 years with the company, Per Jaldung will leave his position as CEO at the end of the year.
Sweden’s Deputy Prime Minister performed the first spin on the roulette wheel at the opening of the operator’s casino in Stockholm.
According to Jaldung, he has worked through a number of incidents, including robberies and gunshots at the casino, reports of discrimination, penalty fees from gaming authorities, legal investigations and floods and fires on the gaming floor.
Being appointed Chairman of the European Casino Association, participating in the University of Nevada-Las Vegas Executive Development Program, serving as Chairman of the VLT initiatives, and attending numerous awards and exhibits are just a few of the positive experiences Jaldung mentions.
The Chief Executive of the Year Award was presented to Jaldung at the Global Gaming Awards London in 2021.
The soon-to-be ex-CEO has been involved in many union negotiations, gambling responsibility work and affordability initiatives.
Jaldung said, “I have worked with many incredibly talented and wonderful casino people, both with colleagues in our group and with others internationally.” I have been doing my best for a long time. It is time to hand over the reins to a new person who will continue the important work of developing our casinos for the future.
I will continue to lead the business and prepare for the change in management. I will leave by the end of the year and we will see what challenges the future will bring.