Viceroy Hotels & Resorts names CFO

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Viceroy Hotels & Resorts' new CFO will oversee all financial operations of the company's managed portfolio, including the Viceroy Chicago. Photo credit: James Steinkamp Photography

Viceroy Hotels & Resorts promoted its SVP of hotel finance, Hilda Delgado, to chief financial officer, where she will oversee all financial operations of the company’s managed portfolio. The new role places Delgado in charge of Viceroy’s finance and accounting teams, risk management, strategic planning and continued growth.

“In the short time since joining Viceroy, Hilda’s impact has been phenomenal, especially at a time we are experiencing tremendous growth and expansion as a brand,” said Bill Walshe, Viceroy’s CEO.

Prior to coming onboard at Viceroy, Delgado spent over seven years at RLJ Lodging Trust, where she worked as treasurer and SVP/finance. During her time at the publicly traded hospitality REIT, she played a key role in company’s IPO and its public merger with FelCor Lodging Trust.

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Delgado’s career has included several other leadership roles, include VP/corporate finance at the REIT Rexford Industrial, finance manager for project management company Cumming Corp. and director of finance for Eagle Hospitality Properties Trust.

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