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Anderson to step down as CFO of Mohegan

| By Robert Fletcher
The Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority has announced that Carol Anderson is set to step down from her role as chief financial officer (CFO).
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Anderson does not intend to renew her CFO employment contract at Mohegan, which is due to conclude on 31 March next year.

Ahead of this, Mohegan says it has begun a search to identify and appoint a new CFO. The operator adds that it will provide additional details about the transition in the coming weeks.

Anderson took on the role of CFO at Mohegan in March 2021. She also worked for Scientific Games as senior vice-president for the treasury, capital markets and associate general counsel.

Earlier in her career, Anderson had spells as an associate at Latham & Watkins, Lehman Brothers and Weil, Gotshal & Manges.

Mohegan hails “instrumental” Anderson

“While this is a very difficult decision, it is important that I redirect focus on personal and family commitments upon the conclusion of my employment contract,” Anderson said. “I am grateful for the tremendous opportunity to serve the Mohegan organisation. I remain committed to contributing to a smooth and successful transition.”

Mohegan Tribe’s chairman, James Gessner Jr, paid tribute to the outgoing Anderson, saying she has been instrumental in its growth.

“Carol’s commitment to the Mohegan organisation has been evident in the strategic decisions and leadership she has displayed throughout her tenure,” Gessner said.

“Her contributions have been instrumental in our company’s growth and we wish her the utmost success in her future ventures.”

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