Las Vegas Sands Corp. announced several changes designed to improve its international management team.
Bradley H. Stone, the operator’s executive vice president since 1995, has been given the additional, newly created title of president of global operations and construction. According to the company, the new title reflects both his overall contributions to the company and his role in the development and operation of the company’s integrated resort properties in the U.S. and Asia.
“For more than 13 years Brad has played an integral role in helping us grow from a start-up company into a truly global organization,” said LV Sands CEO Sheldon Adelson. “We recognize Brad for his accomplishments and will continue to rely on his unique talents as we execute our operating plans through today’s uncertain economic environment and as we prepare to open our newest developments in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and Singapore.”
In other changes, Las Vegas Sands named Leonard DeAngelo as senior vice president of Asia operations, and appointed Nigel Roberts as president of the $2.7 billion Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, slated to open later this year.
DeAngelo most recently served as executive vice president of operations at Penn National Gaming. He will oversee all Asian gaming and hotel operations for Las Vegas Sands, as well as sales and marketing.
Roberts will oversee the preparations for the opening of Marina Bay Sands, and will manage day-to-day operations after opening. He previously served as senior vice president of operations at Langham Hotels and Resorts.