Star Sydney CEO Scott Wharton resigns

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The Star Entertainment Group has advised that The Star Sydney CEO and group head of transformation, Scott Wharton, has resigned, effective April 28.

Wharton will transition his executive responsibilities in an orderly manner after accepting a new role outside The Star. The Star’s CEO and managing director, Robbie Cooke, said a restructure would follow Wharton’s resignation with two new appointments to be made.

“We are well positioned to announce shortly Scott’s successor as CEO for The Star Sydney,” Cooke said. “Separately, I am delighted to announce Mrs Nicola Burke, our current general manager transformation office, has agreed to accept the chief transformation officer role.

“I want to thank Scott for his valuable contribution, particularly in respect of our remediation actions. We are committed to winning back trust and confidence from the community and the work Scott has led since his appointment last July has laid incredibly important foundations.

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“We still have a lot of work ahead, but the board and the management team have an unwavering focus on proving our suitability to hold casino licences in NSW and Queensland.”

Wharton said: “My sincere thanks to Robbie, the board and the teams I have led for their support and assistance since joining The Star. It has been hugely rewarding to contribute alongside so many committed, hard-working leaders and team members.”

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