FCM, the travel management company, has named Jo Lloyd as global account management and consulting director. Additionally, FCM has reached an integration agreement with corporate travel consulting and training firm Nina & Pinta to further strengthen the global FCM consultancy offering and range of services available to its customer base. A former partner with Nina & Pinta, Lloyd has been an independent industry consultant for 15 years and has worked across a broad range of industry sectors, starting in a TMC environment before moving into airline sales and procurement. Alongside these appointments, FCM Consulting will be boosting its customer offering by adding an array of new services through its agreement with Nina & Pinta. This further reaffirms FCM’s strategy, said an announcement, of continuously redefining its alternative approach to supporting corporate clients.



Hertz 
has named Mark Fields as interim CEO, while previous CEO Paul Stone has become president and COO. The moves come after the company underwent a financial restructuring. Fields is a former CEO of Ford Motor Co. He is also a senior advisor at TPG Capital.



JetBlue
announced the appointment of Edward Kayton as head of talent and crewmember experience. According to an announcement, he has more than 20 years of experience in talent leadership. He most recently served as vice president, human resources, at Spirit Airlines.



Radisson Hotel Group has announced the appointment of Evelyn Wong Soo Pin as vice president, finance, tax and IT, Asia Pacific. She will be responsible for all financial and accountancy matters in the region, including overseeing business transactions and strategic investments, developing financial strategies and leading the regional finance team. A Singaporean, she started her career at KPMG in 1997 and has since held senior positions with companies in various sectors.