Caesars Entertainment CFO going to NV Energy
LAS VEGAS (AP) -- A Caesars Entertainment Corp. executive is leaving to the Las Vegas-based casino giant to take a senior position with Nevada's largest utility company, NV Energy Inc.
Caesars announced Wednesday that Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Jonathan Halkyard is departing.
NV Energy named Halkyard executive vice president and chief financial officer.
Current NV Energy CFO Dilek Samil will become executive vice president and chief operating officer of the Las Vegas-based utility.
Both companies are publicly traded.
Caesars officials said other senior executives. Including Chief Executive Officer Gary Loveman, will assume Halkyard's responsibilities until a permanent replacement is named.
NV Energy Chief Executive Officer Michael Yackira called Halkyard a proven financial leader with extensive involvement in southern Nevada.