Asian casino operator Genting Malaysia Berhad has reportedly announced the identities of the five latest members of the executive team that is due to be in charge of the Resorts World Las Vegas facility it is building in southern Nevada.
According to a Friday report from Inside Asian Gaming, the Kuala Lumpur-listed firm detailed that it is currently constructing the 3,400-room Resorts World Las Vegas venue on an 87-acre plot of land located along the northern end of the Las Vegas Strip and expects the China-themed development to begin welcoming its first guests from December of next year. It moreover explained that the coming scheme is due to feature a trio of hotel towers alongside a 100,000 sq ft casino and a 30,000 sq ft lake surrounded by a Chinese garden.
Genting Malaysia Berhad reportedly declared that the its latest hires have more than 80 years of combined experience in helping to run some of the largest casino resorts in Las Vegas and are to now join with the venue’s President, former MGM Grand supremo Scott Sibella, in making the coming $4 billion development a success.
Inside Asian Gaming reported that the new Resorts World Las Vegas executives include Chris Nordling, who has been tasked with filling the venue’s Chief Financial Officer post, with the experienced former MGM Resorts International executive due to be joined by information technologies veteran Bill McArthur in the role of Chief Information Officer.
Genting Malaysia Berhad purportedly additionally pronounced that it has employed past Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group leading light Max Tappeiner to serve as the Operations Senior Vice-President for the future Nevada property while appointing Bart Mahoney and Michael Peltyn to work as its Food and Beverage Vice-President and Human Resources Senior Vice-President respectively.
Reportedly read a statement from Sibella…
“Every executive was hand-selected for their extensive leadership experience in the hospitality and gaming industry. Each has many years of demonstrated proficiency and excellence in their respective disciplines to ensure the successful completion of our highly-anticipated resort.”