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first_imgGo back to the enewsletterFour Seasons Hotels and Resorts have named John Davison as President and Chief Executive Officer effective immediately. Davison, a nearly 18-year veteran of Four Seasons, had been serving as an interim CEO since the end of 2018.Davison joined Four Seasons executive ranks in 2002 and has served as Chief Financial Officer since 2005. With more than 30 years of experience in the entertainment and luxury industry, Davison also previously oversaw Four Seasons global residential business, which has grown to include 42 branded residential projects worldwide. Prior to Four Seasons, Davison worked for 14 years at IMAX Corporation, most recently as President, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer; and for four years as a member of the Audit and Business Investigations Practices at KPMG in Toronto.John Davison, President and CEO, Four Seasons“I am extremely pleased with the selection of John as Four Seasons CEO,” said Isadore Sharp, Four Seasons Founder and Chairman. “Since John assumed the interim role, Four Seasons has earned record financial results. But just as importantly, over the years he has proven his dedication to advancing the vision and values of our company, earning the trust and respect of the entire board and management team as well as his colleagues throughout the world. John is a proven leader whose experience and strategic focus will further strengthen Four Seasons dominant position as the world’s leading luxury hospitality brand.”Davison said, “It is a privilege to continue working alongside our board, our leadership team and our more than 45,000 talented and dedicated employees as we take Four Seasons into the next phase of its continued growth and innovation.”Four Seasons was founded in 1960 by Isadore Sharp. The brand consists of 115 hotels and resorts and 42 residential properties in 48 countries, complemented by a strong development pipeline.Lead image: Four Seasons Astir Palace, AthensGo back to the enewsletterlast_img read more