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Greg Hegarty appointed co-CEO of PPHE Hotel Group

Greg Hegarty has assumed the role of co-chief executive officer at PPHE Hotel Group, effective immediately.

With nearly three decades of experience in the hospitality industry, Hegarty has spent the last 18 years at PPHE, where he has served in various roles including chief operating officer and deputy chief executive officer.

In May 2023, he was appointed as an executive director of the group and later extended an invitation to join the board.

Before joining PPHE, Hegarty held senior management positions at Clermont Hotel Group and RBH Hospitality Management.

Hegarty will collaborate closely with Boris Ivesha, the president and chief executive of PPHE, while Ivesha will retain his responsibility for pursuing development opportunities for the group.

Hegarty said: 'I am delighted to have been appointed as co-chief executive and look forward to continuing to lead the group in its long-term strategic objectives. PPHE is in a very exciting phase of growth, building on its strong footprint of Park Plaza hotels while also completing and opening several large pipeline projects across capital cities including London, Belgrade, Berlin, Rome and across different market segments and brands including art'otel and Radisson Red.'

Ivesha added: 'Greg's appointment to co-chief executive provides important additional leadership support for the group, as we deliver the latest phase of our exciting growth trajectory. His appointment is in keeping with the group's longstanding emphasis on promoting internal talent and intra-group mobility, and we are very proud of his progression since joining PPHE.

'With his breadth of experience and knowledge, Greg has made a vital contribution to the company's success over the last decade, and I look forward to continuing to work closely with him in his new role.'