Crown Resorts Sydney chief Peter Crinis steps down


Peter Crinis has stepped down as chief of Crown Sydney just six months into the role and will wrap up his over 20-year run with the battered company in December. 

Staff at the Barangaroo site were informed of Crinis’s intention to depart early on Monday, just days after Margin Call revealed he had been making contingency plans. 

He’s the latest in a series of casualties who’ve headed for the exit in recent months but it was Mr. Crinis’ decision to quit, rather than a situation of being forced out, which draws his time at Crown Resorts to a close, the Australian reports. 

Mr. Crinis has so far escaped being dragged into any of Crown’s several inquiries, with just one mention in the Commissioner, Patricia Bergin’s, final report into Crown Sydney, regarding an overseas trip he took with then chairman John Alexander. 

Peter Crinis joined Crown Resorts Melbourne in 1997 and has been the chief operating officer for the past 10 years. 

He moved to Sydney as chief executive officer of chief operating officer in January ahead of the official (non-gaming) launch of their Barangaroo site. 

Mr. Crinis launched a new corporate entity, Anchor Consulting Co., last month. 

Source: The Australian 




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