Sportradar said it has appointed Jeffery Yabuki as chairman of the board of directors, effective immediately.
Yabuki most recently served as the Executive Chairman of Fiserv, Inc, a global leader in financial services and payments technology, enabling banking, commerce, and the safe and secure movement of money among financial institutions, businesses and consumers.
Prior to serving as Executive Chairman, Yabuki was the Chief Executive Officer from 2005 through July 2020. During his tenure, Yabuki led the company through a significant transformation, nearly tripled its revenue and delivered a 969% percent total shareholder return.
“We are thrilled to welcome Jeff to the Sportradar team,” said Sportradar Group CEO Carsten Koerl. “His extraordinary leadership, strategic approach, and business acumen propelled Fiserv to become a global leader in financial services and payments technology.”
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