Digital casino product and fintech provider Everi Holdings has appointed Kate Lowenhar-Fisher as executive vice president, chief legal officer, general counsel and corporate secretary.
Lowenhar-Fisher will bring more than 18 years of corporate, legal and regulatory compliance experience to her new responsibility of managing Everi’s legal and regulatory compliance affairs.
Prior to her appointment, Lowenhar-Fisher recently served as an equity member in the Las Vegas office of Dickinson Wright PLLC, where she was the chair of the firm’s gaming and hospitality practice group.
During this time, she co-authored the 2016–2020 editions of LexisNexis’ ‘Gaming Law and Practice,’ which Everi described as the “definitive book on casino gaming law in the United States.
“We are delighted to welcome Kate to the Everi team at this exciting time in the ongoing evolution of our company and our industry.” said Michael Rumbolz, Everi’s chief executive officer.
“Her extensive experience across a comprehensive range of corporate issues and deep knowledge of the gaming industry’s unique regulatory and compliance standards will be vital assets for our business going forward.”
Last week, Everi announced that its revenue fell 28.8% to $383.7m in 2020 after seeing revenue from all channels decline, including a sharp drop in gaming equipment and system sales due to the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.