Crown Resorts Limited introduced Bruce Carter to its board of directors as a new non-executive director.
Carter has worked in both the public and private sectors for over 40 years. He was previously the deputy chair of SkyCity Entertainment Group, where he oversaw SkyCity Adelaide’s growth.
“Bruce brings to the Crown Board the perfect combination of commercial, governance, and gaming industry experience. He is known across Australia for his commitment to corporate and government roles,” said Crown executive chairman Helen Coonan. She went on to say that the new appointment “validates our policy, vision, and commitment to change.”
Carter expressed an interest in joining the Crown board when the firm is undergoing a significant organizational-wide transition. He expressed optimism for the company’s future, citing Crown’s “ambitious timetable to complete tough and wide-ranging changes as the board works to embed the highest governance standards.”
Furthermore, the company announced that Professor John Horvath would retire as Crown’s director on April 14, 2021. “I would like to recognize professor Horvath’s service to Crown and dedication over many years,” Coonan said.
She also stated that Nigel Morrison had recently received : all regulatory approvals to join the Crown Board.
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