Walter Bogumil named CFO of Genting Americas East

July 28, 2023
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Genting Americas East is a member of The Genting Group, a destination resort operator.

Genting Americas East has appointed Walter Bogumil as CFO.

Genting Americas East, a member of The Genting Group; it operates Resorts World New York City, Resorts World Catskills and Resorts World Hudson Valley in upstate New York, Resorts World Bimini in the Bahamas and the Hilton Miami Downtown.

As CFO, Bogumil will lead Genting Americas East’s finance organization and will oversee financial activities including accounting, financial planning, corporate development, tax, internal audit and analysis.

Robert DeSalvio, President, Genting Americas East, said, “Bogumil has a strong track record of delivering results and creating measurable value for companies in the leisure, hospitality and gaming industries.

"Bogumil’s experience and acumen will help us unlock growth opportunities and further strengthen operational efficiency. Bogumil is uniquely qualified to lead our finance team and I am pleased to welcome him to our leadership team.”

Before joining Genting Americas East, Bogumil worked as CFO at Concert Golf Partners and previously held various senior leadership roles in finance at SeaWorld Entertainment, Affinity Gaming and Penn National Gaming.

Bogumil said, “Genting Americas East has quickly grown into an industry leader operating some of the most successful gaming venues in the world. I am delighted to join this world-class team and support the execution of Genting Americas East’s growth strategy that combines operational excellence, innovation, and proven hospitality principles.”

Bogumil received his bachelor's in finance from the University of Central Florida and his master's in business administration from Rollins College.


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