Ex-Jarvis FD takes non-exec role at boutique hotel

by Rachael Singh

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17 Apr 2012

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FORMER JARVIS finance director Steve Hebborn has taken a non-exec role at hotel chain MWB Malmaison.

Hebborn joins the holding company for award winning boutique hotel business MWB immediately.

He joins from Jarvis hotels where he initially started as finance director in 2004 latterly becoming chief executive. Prior to that Hebborn, who is a chartered accountant that qualified at KPMG, was chief financial officer of rail and transport operator FirstGroup.

Eric Sanderson, chairman MWB Group, said: "I look forward to working with Steve and am delighted that he has agreed to join the board of Malmaison. His experience in the hotel industry gained at Jarvis and in his previous positions qualify him well for this role."

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