Principles of Tribal Business & Strategic Diversifications
Principles of Tribal Business Diversification offers attendees the opportunity to dive deep into the complexities of tribal gaming operations, assess financial capabilities and create a strategy for the future.
Attendees of this comprehensive seminar will learn the nuances of tribal gaming financials, including:
- How to diversify a tribal gaming/investment portfolio, including assessing opportunities and preparing for diversification options
- Understanding the ins and outs of financial capabilities, with an overview of financial basics and risk and debt management
- How casino operations can and should be monitored and measured – using data and experience to uncover revenue and savings opportunities
- Factors driving diversification and setting your organization up to be successful
- Financial Structures and Opportunities
- Case Studies
- Roundtable Discussion
Principles of Tribal Finance falls under the ICGR’s Financial and Tribal programming tracks.
This seminar is presented in partnership with the team of experts at GGH Morowitz (Morowitz Gaming Advisors and Global Gaming & Hospitality Capital Advisors), including:
- Cory Morowitz - Managing Partner
- Rich Baldwin, MBA, CPA - Managing Partner
- Michael Kim - Managing Partner
A certificate of completion from UNLV will be awarded and delivered electronically at the end of the program.
For additional questions, please contact Aaron Tuttle, program coordinator, International Center for Gaming Regulation: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The International Center for Gaming Regulation is one of three research centers within the International Gaming Institute, on the campus of UNLV. The Center's mission is to promote research and learning in the areas of gaming regulation in jurisdictions around the world.