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Mon, 5 December 2016

IHG Appoints Ranjay Radhakrishnan as Chief Human Resources Officer

InterContinental Hotels Group has appointed Ranjay Radhakrishnan as Chief Human Resources Officer.

Ranjay joined IHG on 1 December 2016 and is based at IHGs UK headquarters in Denham. He has also become a member of IHGs Executive Committee.

Ranjays previous roles have included Senior Vice President Human Resources for Unilever Europe, where he led HR in Unilevers largest region, which employs over 20,000 people across 35 countries and over 60 factories. Before that, he was Vice-President for Talent, Learning & Organisation for Global Markets, Vice-President for Reward, Talent, Learning & Organisation for Asia, Africa and Central Europe and Vice-President HR for North Africa and the Middle East.

Richard Solomons, Chief Executive Officer of IHG, said, I am delighted to welcome Ranjay to IHG. Having worked in numerous countries and markets across all specialist areas of HR, he brings a truly global and commercial perspective to the role and will be an integral part of my Executive Team. Our people have always played a critical role in building trust with our guests and owners. Ensuring that we continue to attract, retain and develop the very best talent in the industry is fundamental to the delivery of our strategy. I very much look forward to working with him. 

Ranjay has worked and lived in many different countries, including the Netherlands, Singapore, Dubai, London and India.

He has a Bachelors degree in Commerce & Accounting from Mumbai University, India, and a Masters degree in Personnel Management from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, India.

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