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Global Market Advisors Hires McCamley

Global Market Advisors Hires McCamley

The Las Vegas-based consultancy firm Global Market Advisors LLC, which provides feasibility reports and strategy consulting to the casino, hotel and airlines industries, recently named Shaun McCamley as head of its Asia regional office. McCamley will be based at Global Market Advisors’ office in Bangkok, Thailand.

An Australian national, McCamley served as president of the Grand Ho Tram casino resort in Vietnam from 2014 until last September. Prior to that, he was managing partner of EuroPacificAsia Management and Consulting Ltd., a specialist gaming consulting firm he founded in Macau.

Global Market Advisors said it “continues to invest and expand in the Asian gaming and hospitality segment, providing clients with services such as financial feasibility reports, marketing strategies, internet/social gaming and government relations.” The company stated it “has a significant history in advising clients in South Korea, Hong Kong, Thailand, Singapore, Macau, Japan, Taiwan, Philippines, Cambodia and Eastern Russia,” and also serves clients in the casino gaming and hospitality industries in North America.

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