William Hill has affirmed intends to set up another satellite office in Malta as a component of its arrangements for Brexit.
The bookmaker is as of now headquartered in Gibraltar, however uncertainly stays regarding how the UK’s exit from the European Union will affect the British Overseas Territory.
Ulrik Bengtsson, CEO at William Hill, made a comparative vow while laying out the bookmaker’s intends to the Times of Malta daily paper, saying the greater part of the association’s different locales will be “unaffected” by the move.
“We are setting up a Malta office and a small initial organisation for our international facing business post-Brexit,” said Bengtsson, who already headed up the Betsson activity in Malta.
“All current locations are unaffected by the new operation.”
A William Hill representative likewise said it was likely that the Malta office will utilize just few staff.
The representative stated: “With William Hill’s online customer base overwhelmingly in the UK, Gibraltar will continue to be its key operational hub post-Brexit.
“However, Malta provides an option for international operations should they be required after Brexit so an exploratory project team is being recruited with regulatory, legal and compliance roles.”