David Sisk

    David Sisk is the property president of Studio City, for Melco Crown Entertainment. Previously he was chief operating officer at Genting Singapore’s Resorts World Sentosa property in Singapore, which he joined in 2014 and left in the first half of 2016.Prior to that, Sisk joined Sands China, the Macau operating unit of Las Vegas Sands Corp, in 2010 as chief casino officer. Later he was named executive vice president and chief operating officer, and then resigned in September 2013.

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