Jumeirah Group, the Dubai-based luxury hospitality company, has appointed Adrian Bradley as chief financial officer (CFO) to succeed Alaister Murray. Bradley joins Jumeirah Group from London & Regional Hotels, following an 11-year career at Hilton and an early career at PepsiCo and Millicom.
A member of the UK’s Institute of Chartered Accountants, Bradley gained experience in a variety of finance roles with PepsiCo in the UK and Egypt, followed by a short period with mobile telecom operator Millicom in southeast Asia. He went on to work for six years with Hilton International in the Asia-Pacific region before being appointed to the board of Hilton International to manage the company’s real estate portfolio from London. From 2010 to 2012 he acted as managing director for London and Regional Hotels in the UK, before joining Jumeirah Group.
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