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Wynn Resorts executive leaves company

Updated Friday, April 17, 2009 | 4:32 p.m.

Wynn Resorts announced today in a regulatory filing that David Sisk, executive vice president and chief financial officer of Wynn Las Vegas, has left the company for reasons that were not disclosed.

A spokesperson for Wynn Resorts said Sisk “left the company in good standing” but did not elaborate on Sisk’s departure.

Sisk has held his position as executive vice president and CFO with Wynn Las Vegas since October 2003.

The regulatory filing indicated Sisk’s employment ended April 13.

Long-time Steve Wynn employee Scott Peterson, CFO of Wynn Resorts Macau, will assume the role of CFO at Wynn and Encore Las Vegas beginning Monday. Peterson has been with Wynn since April 1993 when he joined the team at Treasure Island and has held his post in Macau since June 2005.

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