Sabre appoints new head of finance for Middle East

Sumit Chaudhary will be based in Bahrain

Sabre appoints new head of finance for Middle East.
Sabre appoints new head of finance for Middle East.

Sabre Corporation, the travel and tourism industry technology provider, has appointed Sumit Chaudhary as head of finance for Sabre Travel Network Middle East (STNME).

Chaudhary will lead financial operations for the Middle East, a key growth area for Sabre. He is tasked with optimising financial performance across the region, as well as identifying and executing commercial and financial opportunities to help accelerate growth and create value for customers and shareholders.

Chaudhary brings more than 15 years of experience to his and role and holds a degree in chartered accountant, and holds an MBA in Analytical Finance from ISB Hyderabad.

Currently, Sabre provides technology and content from at least 420 airlines and 750,000 hotel properties to more than 425,000 travel agents worldwide.

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