Jumeirah Group appoints chief financial officer
February 22nd, 2012
Jumeirah Group has welcomed Adrian Bradley as its new chief financial officer, to succeed Alaister Murray.
Bradley, a member of the UK’s Institute of Chartered Accountants, has held a number of roles within PepsiCo in both the UK and Egypt, as well as with Millicom in South East Asia.
Subsequently, he spent six years in the Asia Pacific region with Hilton International before beingmade part of the Board of Hilton International. Since 2010 he has been managing director for London and Regional Hotels.
Gerald Lawless, executive chairman of Jumeirah Group, said: “We are delighted to welcome Bradley as a new member of the Jumeirah leadership team. He comes at a time of rapid expansion, with six hotels newly opened in 2011 and a further six opening in 2012.”
Lawless said: “His diligence and international experience will help us steer a steady and profitable course through this exciting new challenge and ensure that the Jumeirah delivers on its commitments to all its stakeholders, including shareholders, owners, business partners, guests and colleagues.
"I would also like to thank Alaister Murray for his contribution to Jumeirah and wish him every success in his future career," he added.