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New CFO sails into Cruise Lines International

Former PCAOB treasurer, Thomas Hohman, is the new CFO of Cruise Lines International

CRUISE LINES INTERNATIONAL’S new chief financial office is Thomas Hohman, founding father of US audit watchdog the PCAOB.

Hohman was the first CFO and treasurer of the PCAOB, which grew from 35 employees to more than 550 during his tenure.

A charted accountant and consultant, Hohman has worked as an independent consultant in not-for-profit organisations.

CLIA president and chief executive officer Christine Duffy said: “As an accomplished executive who prides himself on fostering a challenging team environment to help nurture professional development, Tom will be an inspiring staff leader and will bring a new level of efficiency and innovation to the association.”

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