MGM Resorts International has appointed former New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement Director Thomas N. Auriemma to its compliance committee. According to a release from the company, the independent committee is “charged with the responsibility of reviewing matters of significance and providing guidance and counsel to management and the board of directors.”
Auriemma was a gaming regulator in New Jersey for more than 28 years. He served for more than a decade as deputy director for the Division of Gaming Enforcement, and in 2002 was appointed as the director of the agency, a position he held until 2007. In these roles, he also served as an assistant attorney general for the state. He has also served as chief compliance officer for Penn National Gaming.