Bradley Stone

Bradley H. Stone ’77

Global Gaming Asset Management

Cornell Nolan School affiliations:

Dean’s Advisory Board

Bradley H. Stone is president of Global Gaming Asset Management (GGAM). GGAM, which is a joint venture between Cantor Fitzgerald and former members of the Las Vegas Sands management team, was formed to advise, invest in, acquire, and manage hospitality and gaming assets globally. GGAM is currently building one of four integrated resorts in the Philippines Entertainment City Manila project with a Bloomberry Resort called Solaire.

Stone served as president of global operations and construction at Las Vegas Sands Corp. from 2008 to 2009, and also as executive vice president of Las Vegas Sands Corp. from 1995 to 2009. While at Las Vegas Sands Corp., Stone oversaw the design, construction, opening, and operation of the Venetian Las Vegas; the Sands Macao, the first American-operated casino in Macao; the Venetian Macao, the second-largest building in the world; the Palazzo Las Vegas; the Four Seasons Macao; and the Sands Casino Bethlehem. He oversaw the design and initial construction of Marina Bay Sands Singapore which opened in spring of 2010. Stone was also involved in all Las Vegas Sands Corp. financings including the company’s IPO in December 2004.

Stone began his career as a trainee at New York City’s famed Plaza Hotel, and held management positions at Marriotts’s Essex House in New York, and at Caesars Hotel Casino in Atlantic City, where he served as general manager. In 1981, he joined the Sands Hotel Casino in Atlantic City as director of operations. Stone earned a series of promotions, first to vice president of hotel and casino operations, then to executive vice president, and finally to president and chief operating officer. From June 1984 to December 1995, he served as president and chief operating officer of the Sands Hotel in Atlantic City.

Stone is a graduate of the School of Hotel Management (SHA) at Cornell University and currently serves on the SHA Dean’s Advisory Board. He has also set up a scholarship fund to aid those pursuing an undergraduate degree at Cornell.