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Aristocrat Leisure CFO to depart company on Friday


Australian gaming supplier Aristocrat Leisure announced today that following the resignation of its CFO Julie Cameron-Doe in December last year, the executive will serve her last day with the company on Friday, April 15, 2022. 

Ms. Cameron Doe has been set to join Wynn Resorts as CFO once her notice period ends, taking over from Craig Billings who now serves as group CEO.

Aristocrat CEO and managing director Trevor Croker said “Julie has been an exceptional partner to me and the leadership group. I am thankful for Julie’s dedicated service to Aristocrat over the past eight years, and wish her all the best for the future.”

The company noted that the search for Ms. Cameron-Doe’s replacement is now well progressed, and that in the interim, its Deputy CFO Sally Denby will support the CEO until a new CFO commences. 

Ms. Denby has served in senior finance roles for Aristocrat for over seven years, including four years as group general manager for finance.

Felix Ng
Felix Ng
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