Maddox, Matthew

    Company: Wynn Resorts

    Family Name: Maddox

    Given Name: Matthew

    Role: President and CEO

    Profile: With a career that began in Bank of America and Caesars Entertainment before we joined Wynn Resorts in 2002, Maddox rose up through the financial divisions of the company until he became President in 2013. When company founder Steve Wynn was forced to step down over personal scandals in early 2018, Maddox assumed the role of CEO as well. He then moved quickly to resolve a series of legal disputes associated with his predecessor.

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