Casino currency and table gaming equipment supplier Gaming Partners International Corp (GPI) announced on Wednesday that Gregory Gronau (pictured) resigned from his position as company chief executive. The resignation will be effective September 21, according to the firm’s latest filing.
Mr Gronau also resigned from his other posts at GPI, namely as president, director, secretary and treasurer of the company. The firm said the resignation was “for personal reasons, and not a result of any disagreement with the company or its management”.
After stepping down on September 21, the executive will provide part-time consulting services to GPI until December 31, 2018. He will be paid a monthly fee of US$10,000.
According to Wednesday’s filing, the firm’s current chief financial officer and chairman of the board Alain Thieffry will act as the company’s interim CEO, president, secretary and treasurer, “until a successor is appointed”.
GPI provides casino currency such as chips, plaques and jets, as well as playing cards. The firm also supplies gaming furniture and table accessories; table layouts; dice; and roulette wheels.
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