MGM Resorts snaps up CLSA’s Fischer

MGM Resorts International has secured CLSA’s Aaron Fischer as its senior vice president of corporate development.

According to a press statement from the company on Tuesday, Fischer will be tasked to “assist the company and its affiliates in the development and strategic planning of integrated resorts.”

Commenting on the new appointment, Jim Murren, chairman and CEO of MGM Resorts International said: "We are very excited to have Aaron on our team. He is uniquely qualified to help MGM Resorts International access potential market opportunities domestically and particularly in Asia. Someone with his extensive experience will be a tremendous asset as we continue our global strategic planning."

Aaron brings with him extensive experience in gaming, hospitality and retail, and was most recently serving as the head of consumer and gaming research at CLSA.

He will work from the MGM Resorts offices in Hong Kong, said the company.

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