Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah hires finance director

Sam Malhotra began his career with Hilton in 2011 as cluster assistant finance manager

Sam Malhotra.
Sam Malhotra.

Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah has appointed Sam Malhotra to the position of director of finance.

With more than 10 years of experience in the financial sector, Malhotra started his career with Hilton in 2011.

He began as cluster assistant finance manager for Hilton, before becoming finance manager at London Hilton on Park Lane, rising to the role of director of finance in 2015 for a cluster of two Hilton hotels. 

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During his tenure with Hilton, his team was named the 2014 Finance Team of the Year - selected from all the Hilton finance teams within Europe - and he received his Certification in Leadership 2 by Hilton in 2011. 

Malhotra said in a statement: "I am delighted to be part of the team at the Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah. I have been with the Hilton brand for over six years now and look forward to bringing my experience to provide financial analysis and guidance on all activities, plans, targets and business drivers."

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