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Swisstel appoints Aiden McAuley Regional Vice-President Asia Pacific

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com Latest Travel News Tuesday, 9 October 2007

Swisstel Hotels & Resorts has promoted Mr Aiden McAuley from Area General Manager for South Asia and The Pacific, to Regional Vice-President Asia and The Pacific. This is in addition to his role as General Manager of Swisstel The Stamford, Singapore.

In his capacity as Regional Vice-President Asia Pacific, Mr McAuley will be overseeing the group's current properties in Singapore, Thailand and Australia, focusing on the co-ordination and supervision of hotel operations as well as working closely with the respective General Managers in these countries on strategic and financial issues. At corporate level, Mr McAuley will be liaising with relevant corporate departments on matters pertaining to current and future operations whilst developing the appropriate network to support the brands expansion within the region.

Mr McAuleys career with Swisstel Hotels & Resorts began in the United Kingdom in 2000 where he was General Manager of Swisstel The Howard, London. He relocated to Singapore in 2005 where he assumed the position of General Manager of Swisstel The Stamford, Singapore. 

After a year in Singapore and in light of the new Swisstel developments in Asia, Mr McAuley was given an expanded role as Area General Manager for South Asia and The Pacific, in October 2006.

An Irish national, Mr McAuley has worked with private investors and international companies. With over 25 years of experience and an intrinsic knowledge of the hospitality industry, Mr McAuley is well equipped to build on the success of Swisstel The Stamford, Singapore and Swisstel Hotels in Asia Pacific.

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