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Ritz-Carlton Appoints Herve Humler as President & Chief Operations Officer

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Ritz-Carlton has appointed Herve Humler as President & Chief Operations Officer.

Mr. Humler, one of the original founders of The Ritz-Carlton in 1983, will be responsible for leading the brandís operations and global growth strategy and championing its distinctive service culture. Based at The Ritz-Carlton headquarters in Chevy Chase, Maryland, he will also oversee Bvlgari Hotels & Resorts and report to Robert J. McCarthy, Marriott International Group President.

ďHerve is a true international hotelier with more than 35 years in the luxury lodging business and has helped to build The Ritz-Carlton into a world-class brand,Ē said McCarthy. ďWe feel most fortunate to have Herve in this position of increased responsibility where he can continue to provide his strong leadership to this iconic brand.Ē

Mr. Humler will replace Simon F. Cooper, who has been named Marriott Internationalís new President & Managing Director for Asia Pacific. Throughout his career, Mr. Humler has held many key senior positions within The Ritz-Carlton, including Global Chief Operations Officer and head of the brandís international region. In his new role, he will oversee 76 hotels in the Americas, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Africa and the Caribbean and the opening of more than 30 new hotel and residential projects currently underway.

Before joining The Ritz-Carlton, Mr. Humler held senior management positions with Hyatt Hotels, InterContinental Hotels and The Princess Hotel in Bermuda, and received his degree in hotel management from The Hotel School in Nice, France.

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