Long-time Singapore-based Las Vegas Sands executive Andrew MacDonald has retired and left the company.


He is understood to have taken leave already, before his official end date in the coming weeks, bringing to an end a 10-year tenure with the company, reports Inside Asia Gaming.

The departure of MacDonald, corporate senior vice president and chief casino officer at LVS and its subsidiary properties around the world, comes a year after he was given the task of overseeing gaming operations at Marina Bay Sands as part of a reshuffle that saw managing director George Tanasijevich turn his focus to local and international expansion.