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American Airlines EVP Beverly Goulet to retire

Staff Writer |
Fort Worth, Tx., USA - May 18, 2017, Fort Worth, Tx., USA - American Airlines announced that Beverly Goulet, executive vice president and chief integration officer, will retire in June after 24 years with the company.

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Ms. Goulet joined American as Associate General Counsel for Corporate Finance in 1993, overseeing American’s aircraft and other financing transactions.

Ms. Goulet became Managing Director of Corporate Development in 1999, leading the spin-off of The Sabre Group in 2000, the acquisition of substantially all Trans World Airlines assets in 2001, and working with the U.S. government to provide financial stability to the industry after 9/11.

She was promoted to Vice President of Corporate Development & Treasurer in 2002.

Kenji Hashimoto has been named Senior Vice President of Finance & Corporate Development and will assume Goulet’s other corporate strategy responsibilities.

Additionally, in this new and expanded role, Mr. Hashimoto will have oversight of the Treasury and Risk Management teams.

Mr. Hashimoto previously served as President of Cargo and was responsible for the airline’s worldwide cargo business.

Prior to that, he served as Vice President of Strategic Alliances, leading the company’s efforts to grow and strengthen oneworld and American’s bilateral airline relationships through joint business agreements, codeshares, frequent flyer programs and interline partnerships.

Mr. Hashimoto previously held other leadership positions, including serving as Managing Director of Airline Profitability and Financial Analysis, Managing Director of Investor Relations and Managing Director of Finance for the Europe and Pacific region.


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