Kurt Ekert to succeed Sean Menke as Sabre CEO
Sabre CEO and chairman Sean Menke will transition to government chairman, efficient April 27, and present president Kurt Ekert will transfer into the function of CEO.
Along with changing into CEO, Ekert has been nominated as a director for election on the firm’s annual assembly to be held on April 26.
“These strikes are being made as a part of the corporate’s and the board of administrators’ ongoing succession planning,” Sabre stated in a launch.
Menke has been with Sabre since 2015. He was named president and CEO in late 2016.
“It has been an honor and privilege to assist lead Sabre over the past eight years,” Menke stated in a launch. “I’m pleased with what our groups have achieved and the way we have served our prospects throughout unprecedented occasions.”
Menke known as Ekert “a driving drive at Sabre over the previous 14 months.”
In January 2022, Ekert joined Sabre as president when the roles of president and CEO had been cut up. He was beforehand CWT’s president and CEO.
“I sit up for main this firm via its subsequent chapter and am assured we’ve got the flexibility to meaningfully develop our enterprise and ship long-term shareholder worth,” Ekert stated.