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Hyatt Hotels: Joan Bottarini To Succeed Patrick Grismer As CFO - Quick Facts

Hyatt Hotels Corp. (H) announced that Patrick Grismer has resigned as chief financial officer, effective November 2, 2018, in order to assume the CFO position at Starbucks Corp. Grismer will be succeeded by Joan Bottarini, currently senior vice president of finance for the Americas at Hyatt.

Bottarini has been with Hyatt since 1999 and held a number of finance positions over her career, including vice president of hotel finance for Asia Pacific, vice president strategic financial planning and analysis, and director financial communications.

Also, Hyatt Hotels Corp. reaffirmed full-year 2018 outlook provided on October 1, 2018.

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