Mohegan appoints Ari Glazer to oversee financial affairs

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Mohegan has announced that it has appointed Ari Glazer as its new Chief Financial Officer.

Glazer will begin his new role on May 1 and will be responsible for all financial activities including financial planning and analysis, capital markets, accounting, tax, treasury, procurement and cash management.

“Ari embodies the visionary leadership and deep financial insight that Mohegan is looking for at this stage of our growth,” said Mohegan President and Chief Executive Ray Pineault. “His skills will be key to our strategy of diversifying Mohegan’s portfolio and strengthening our fiscal foundation.”

Glazer has spent over 20 years in investment banking within the global gaming and hospitality industry. Prior to joining Mohegan he worked for Citigroup where he served most recently as managing Director and Global Head of Gaming and Hospitality client coverage. 

According to Mohegan, he has advised leading companies in the industry on strategic and capital markets transactions, successfully guiding clients through complex situations with innovative solutions that delivered substantial business growth and value creation. 

“I am honored to join Mohegan and to contribute to the company’s dynamic and innovative trajectory,” said Glazer. “I look forward to leveraging my experience to enhance our financial performance, optimize our capital structure and support Mohegan’s ambitious vision as its new Chief Financial Officer.”

Glazer will be taking over from Carol Anderson, who is set to depart Mohegan on March 31, and will be charged with supporting the company’s long-term goals of fiscal discipline, innovation and meaningful partnership with the investment community.