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Okamoto spent most of his career working for the Kintetsu Railway company before leaving in 2009 to lead Mie Kotsu Group Holdings. Additionally, he became Chairman of the Mie Prefectural Chamber of Commerce & Industry in 2016.
Winkler was co-head of Technology and Telecommunications M&A at UBS Investment Bank, and then Managing Director at Moelis & Company, before joining Melco in August 2016. In September 2019, he was promoted to the position of President.
Brown began his four decades in the gaming industry as a protege of Donald Trump, rising to become President and Chief Executive Officer of Trump Entertainment Resorts. He had later stints as an executive for Sands, Wynn, and NagaWorld before joining Imperial Pacific as its Chairman in 2014. He retired from that position in 2017, but was brought back out of retirement in November 2018 to help the company weather a series of major challenges.
Saito had stints at the Industrial Bank of Japan, the Boston Consulting Group, McDonalds Japan, and Amuse, Inc., an entertainment company, before joining Melco Japan at the rank of Senior Vice-President in August 2019, heading the company's local operation in Yokohama.
Jingoli joined Konami Gaming in June 2003 and worked his way through a number of management positions, mainly dealing with compliance issues. He has been Executive Vice-President and Chief Commercial Officer since the beginning of 2017.