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The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians Appoints New CFO

Highland, Calif. – The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Laurens Vosloo to the post of Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for the Tribe. Mr. Vosloo, who served as CFO for San Manuel Casino since 2014, will serve as the top Financial Executive for all Tribal enterprises, including the casino.

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Laurens Vosloo, San Manuel
Mr. Laurens Vosloo named Chief Financial Officer

“It is a tremendous advantage when we are able to fill the enterprise-wide CFO position with a professional who has a demonstrated record of success with the Tribe’s government gaming enterprise,” said Jerry Paresa, Chief Executive Officer of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians.

Over the past 4 years, Laurens has contributed significantly to the growth and development projects at the casino and will help guide the Tribe and its businesses to even greater heights. He brings a proven and highly successful record of leading multiple operational groups and engagement teams in the gaming, entertainment, hospitality, and audit industries.

“Laurens has been instrumental in helping me shepherd in a season of exponential growth for San Manuel Casino,” said Loren Gill, General Manager of San Manuel Casino. “His financial acumen and strategic vision are invaluable, and I look forward to our continued partnership on future endeavors.”

Prior to joining San Manuel Casino, Laurens Vosloo was executive director of finance for the Las Vegas Sands Corp., in Las Vegas, NV. He earned dual Bachelor of Science Degrees from the University of Nevada – Las Vegas in Accounting and Management and his Certified Public Accountant license in Nevada.

About the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians

The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians is a federally-recognized Indian tribe located on the San Manuel Indian Reservation near Highland, California.  San Manuel exercises its inherent sovereign right of self-governance and provides essential services for its citizens by building infrastructure, maintaining civil services, and promoting social, economic and cultural development.  As descendants of the indigenous people of the San Bernardino highlands, passes, valleys, mountains and high deserts, the Serrano people of San Manuel have called this area home since time immemorial and are committed to remaining a productive partner in the San Bernardino region.

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