Star Entertainment has appointed a new Interim Chairman and a new Acting CEO
As the company undergoes regulation reviews, some of the heads of the company have found their way out. Since O’Neil stepped down last week, new appointments have been made to fill these positions.
The new interim Chief Executive Officer of the company Geoff Hogg and Ben Heap who is the new Interim Chairman were both previous directors and Chief Casino Officers in New South Wales and Queensland respectively.
The Two New Appointees Increasing Efforts
The company has declared open its new Interim CEO and Chairman despite the regulation reviews it faces. The former Chief Casino Officer New South Wales and Queensland Geoff Hoggi is expected to take up the position of the interim Chief Executive Officer and the Ben Heap the new Interim Chairman is an experienced company director.
The incident occurred as the Star is presently undergoing a dirty review and trying to straighten its act in order to avoid losing its license to operate. The declared changes anticipate taking effect on 1st June 2022. The CEO’s position of the company has constantly been on the drain since March ending when the CEO at that time Matt Bekier resigned his position which was followed by three other executives who left at the beginning of May. The companys’ can’t wait for June to begin as it’s fighting for its right to exit the review process with a license still in its possession.
Regulatory Reviews Hinders Company Growths
Star Entertainment has claimed its failure to dubious foreign activities and it tends to focus on the ongoing regulatory review which is currently being led by Adam Bell SC who was also the Lead SC in the Bergin Inquiry.
Star Entertainment has been trying to foster the cleanup process which has been hindered by multiple top management staff stepping down from their respective positions.
Experienced personalities to lead the review are having a huge effect on the way the company undergoes these changes. The brand is obviously trying its best to remove its name and take its operation seriously.
Although, the casinos’ ability to maintain its license in NSW is also on the line. Bringing in an interim Chief Executive Officer and Chairman might go a long way in solving these issues in the coming days. And Casino Offer for NSW and QLD might also be the perfect match for this to be solved in such a time as this.