D H N Eke - Non-Executive Chairman

Denham Eke – Non-Executive Chairman

Denham began his career in Stockbroking before moving into Corporate Planning for a major UK Insurance Broker. He is a director of many years’ standing of both Public and Private companies involved in the retail, manufacturing and financial services sectors.

Mr Eke was appointed Chairman of Webis Holdings plc in April 2003.

Damon Waddington - Finance Director

Ed Comins – Managing Director

Ed has over 25 years’ experience in the betting and gaming industry initially with Coral, then Ladbroke Casinos and then the UK Tote, where he had overall responsibility for developing Totepool’s pari-mutuel business domestically and internationally. Following that he was Commercial Director at GameAccount, a provider of on-line skill games to sportsbook, casino and poker operators, where he managed betting partner relationships with key clients.

Mr Comins joined the Company as Chief Operating Officer of European Wagering Services (now WatchandWager.com) in February 2007. He joined the Webis Board in May 2010.

Nigel Caine

Nigel Caine – Non-Executive Director

Nigel is currently the Chief Financial Officer for Burnbrae Group Limited. He is a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and a Member of both the Chartered Institute of Securities and Investments and the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators. He also holds an MBA from the University of Wales. Nigel began his career in audit and transaction services with KPMG and Deloitte. Before joining Burnbrae Group Limited in 2014, Nigel was the Chief Financial Officer for Speymill Deutsche Immobilien Company Plc.

Mr Caine joined the board in June 2015.


Sir James Mellon – Non-Executive Director

Sir James is a former diplomat whose roles included UK Ambassador to Denmark, Director General for Trade and Investment and USA Consul General, New York. He also has many years of corporate experience acting as a director of both public and private companies.

Sir James joined the board in January 2012.