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New role for ex- Millennium & Copthorne chief Tony Potter

07 August 2006

Millennium & Copthorne's (M&C) outgoing chief executive Tony Potter is to take up a new position as head of Corinthia Hotels International (CHI).

Potter, who announced his resignation from M&C last week, will become the new chief executive of the hotel management arm of the Maltese-owned Corinthia Group.

CHI manages 20 four and five-star hotels in Europe and Africa and is about to begin a rapid expansion programme over the next few years.

Potter said: "I am excited by the prospect of joining Corinthia hotels international and building upon what is already an excellent reputation."

Corinthia Group chairman Alfred Pisani added: "We have ambitious plans for our hotel business, as investors and operators and we welcome Tony as a key contributor to this development and growth."

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By Emily Manson

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