InterContinental Hotels finance chief to step down
LONDON Dec 6 (Reuters) - InterContinental Hotels Group , the world's largest hotelier, said on Friday its Chief Financial Officer Tom Singer would step down on Jan. 1, 2014.
Singer will be succeeded by Paul Edgecliffe-Johnson, who joined IHG in August 2004, the group said. Edgecliffe-Johnson was most recently CFO of IHG's Europe and Asia, Middle East & Africa regions.
Shares in IHG were down 0.2 percent at 1883 pence at 1106 GMT.
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