Randy Fine is the founder and managing director of The Fine Point Group, and in a decade of service to the industry, launched the gaming industry’s leading loyalty program, managed 40,000 slot machines, helped Carl Icahn turn around and sell his gaming company for a $1 billion profit, and built The Fine Point Group into the casino industry’s largest full-service gaming consulting and management company. Named one of Global Gaming Magazine’s People to Watch in 2010 and In Business Las Vegas’s 2009 “40 Under 40,” he has an equal mix of casino operations and marketing experience. Fine has served as the Chief Executive Officer of two nine-figure gaming companies, Detroit’s Greektown Casino-Hotel and Santa Fe, NM’s Buffalo Thunder, Inc., and was the corporate vice president for Harrah’s Entertainment’s 40,000 machine slot operations group. On the marketing side, he served as chief marketing officer for Carl Icahn’s gaming company, and as corporate Vice President of Total Rewards for Harrah’s, where he is the sole inventor of U.S. Patent 7,410,422 which secures its intellectual property. As part of FPG’s growing litigation support practice, Fine has served as an expert witness for financial institutions, policy advocacy groups, Indian tribes, and local governments in matters in Michigan, Nevada, and California. Before entering the gaming industry, Randy worked at McKinsey & Company, Lehman Brothers, and for the U.S. House of Representatives, and taught Economics at Harvard College. He holds both his undergraduate degree magna cum laude, and his MBA degree, with high honors, from Harvard University.