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Orient-Express Hotels loses third executive in six months

29 May 2007 by
Orient-Express Hotels loses third executive in six months

Orient-Express Hotels has lost its third executive in the past six-months with the resignation of vice president of finance and chief financial officer Paul White.

White, who has been with the company for 16 years and chief financial officer for the past two, has given six months notice of his intention to leave the company.

Orient-Express president and chief executive Simon Sherwood, who will step down from his role in August, said: "Paul has been offered a great opportunity elsewhere and we wish him every success."

In December company founder and chairman James Sherwood announced he would be stepping down from his role in June, although he will continue at the company in a non-executive director role.

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By Chris Druce

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