Gaming Partners International (GPI), a provider of casino currency and table game equipment worldwide, has promoted Gerald Koslow to the position of chief financial officer (CFO) and treasurer, filling the positions left open with the departure of David Grimes in late July. Koslow joined GPI in November 2009 as controller.
Koslow’s primary responsibilities will include managing the company’s financial reporting and assisting with its financial growth. He will also serve as CFO and treasurer of the company’s subsidiary, Gaming Partners International USA, and will report directly to Greg Gronau, president and chief executive officer (CEO).
Prior to joining GPI, Koslow was vice president and controller for The Upper Deck Company, a private sports and entertainment trading card manufacturer and distributor. Before that, Koslow was CFO of Shuffle Master, a public international casino gaming equipment manufacturer. Koslow has held a number of board and financial executive positions in various industries, including consumer products, hazardous waste treatment, agribusiness, oil and gas exploration and construction. Koslow was also an auditor with Price Waterhouse and is a graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
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