MGM Resorts loses top officer

After two decades with the company, Dan D’Arrigo has resigned from the Chief Financial Officer position.

US.- MGM Resorts International has revealed that Chief Financial Officer Dan D’Arrigo has stepped down from his position at the company but will continue to work for MGM for the next month.

D’Arrigo, who worked for MGM Resorts for more than two decades, has decided to leave the company after it offered a resignation programme in its MGM 2020 cost-cutting scheme. Despite his resignation, D’Arrigo will continue working for MGM for the next month in an advisory role.

Corey Sanders, current chief operating officer (COO) of MGM Resorts, will be appointed as CFO, while Bill Hornbuckle will be President and COO of the company.

MGM Resorts International Chairman and CEO Jim Murren said: “Dan has shown great leadership and is leaving us with an exemplary set of professionals who will support Corey in his new role. Dan’s contributions to our organisation have been invaluable.”

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