Scientific Games, a leading technology supplier at the best live casinos, has announced the hiring of Nick Negro as the company's new Chief Financial Officer after a comprehensive national search. Negro’ appointment to the position is in line with the retirement of James Bunitsky, who was with the company for 40 years. Bunitsky was involved in the strategic sale of the Scientific Games Lottery to Brookfield Business Partners in April 2022.
Negro is an experienced finance professional with two decades of achievement in financial, strategic, operational, and leadership roles. He has a positive track record of devising and executing successful financial plans for international corporations. He has held similar positions at Honeywell, Dover Corporation, and Navistar.
Pat McHugh, CEO of Scientific Games, expressed gratitude for Jim Bunitsky's admirable financial guidance and welcomed Nick to the Executive Leadership Team as CFO. He highlighted Nick's familiarity with the intricacies of an international service-based business, corporate structure, compliance, and profound comprehension of strategy. McHugh added that the company is enthusiastic about the upcoming stage of sound financial management of its global activities.
Meanwhile, McHugh indicated that Scientific Games is devoted to developing new games, products, and services. He promised the company would continue to attain and maintain the gold standards for business growth in the global lottery industry.
Negro joins the Scientific Games Executive Leadership Team, consisting of McHugh, John Schulz, Michael Conforti, Steve Beason, Jennifer Welshons, Dena Rosenzweig, Stephen Richardson, Mona Garland, Walt Eisele, Jim Schultz, and Jeff Martineck.
Since 1973, Scientific Games has been furnishing worldwide lotteries with games, technologies, analytics, and services. The content supplier is a global leader in the gaming scene, with 130 customers in 50 countries. Scientific Games also has certifications for corporate governance, quality, security, environmental, and responsible gaming standards.