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Marriott changes its Asia leadership group


With a slew of new hires, Marriott International has reinforced its Asia Pacific executive group.  

To better address regional demands, the leadership team for Asia Pacific (excluding China) has been expanded, according to the business.  

Christina Chan, a 23-year corporate veteran, has been named CFO for Asia Pacific (outside of China).   She will be in charge of managing asset management, compliance, and owner relations in her newly upgraded position.

Andrew Newmark was appointed Chief Human Resources Officer. He will oversee the Human Resources department throughout the area for Marriott, where he has worked for more than 30 years.  

Chief Sales and Marketing Officer John Toomey is in charge of the consumer strategy.  

This encompasses digital and communications as well as brand management, marketing, sales, distribution, and revenue management.

Oriol Montal, who has worked in the sector for more than 25 years, was named Managing Director, Luxury, Asia Pacific (outside of China),   This position demonstrates the company’s dedication to expanding its range of premium brands.  

The Ritz-Carlton, Ritz-Carlton Reserve, Bulgari Hotels & Resorts, St. Regis Hotels & Resorts, EDITION, The premium Collection, JW Marriott, and W Hotels Worldwide are among Marriott’s premium brands.  

Rajeev Menon, President, Asia Pacific (excluding China), Marriott International, said that Asia Pacific “remains a strategic market for the company, representing tremendous growth potential.”  

“I am convinced that our new organizational setup will help us succeed in the next phase of expansion.”

In addition, the corporation has changed a number of top employees across a number of divisions in the area. The Asia Pacific area is a significant growth engine for Marriott, with more than 530 operational properties spread across 22 countries and territories.

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