Hard Rock Cincinnati Names CFO

The future home of Hard Rock Casino Cincinnati has named Eric Wolfman as its chief financial officer. Wolfman previously served as vice president and CFO for MGM Resorts at the Gold Strike Tunica and three resorts in Las Vegas: Circus Circus, New York-New York and Luxor.

Hard Rock Cincinnati Names CFO

Last week Hard Rock Casino Cincinnati announced that it has named Eric Wolfman as the organization’s chief financial officer. On August 17, Wolfman’s appointment was announced internally by President George Goldhoff.

For the past 14 years, Wolfman served as vice president and chief financial officer for MGM Resorts International at Circus Circus Las Vegas, New York-New York Las Vegas and the Luxor. He and Goldhoff had previously worked together at another MGM property, the Gold Strike Hotel and Casino located in Tunica, Mississippi.

“I have known Eric for 13 years,” Goldoff said. “He has a proven track record of success with experience supervising a wide range of functions, from operations, financial planning and analysis, revenue audit, surveillance and more. Eric’s leadership acumen and passion for serving others will be a tremendous asset to this city and the Future Home of Hard Rock Casino Cincinnati.”

Wolfman will lead the day to day financial operations of Hard Rock Casino Cincinnati pending regulatory approval. He is excited at the opportunity to join his former colleague. “We are at an important point of our transition bringing one of the world’s most iconic brands to Cincinnati. The Hard Rock brand and mission stands for the values in which I believe; its core mottos are as relevant today as they were in June of 1971,” says Wolfman.

Wolfman earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration and accounting from The University of Connecticut in 1990. He is a licensed Certified Public Accountant and Chartered Global Management Accountant.