RCL Appoints Martin as VP and Treasurer

Tuesday, March 21, 2006
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. has named Thomas Martin Senior Vice President and Treasurer. He assumes responsibility for financing, cash management, banking and credit agency relationships, corporate planning, risk management and investments. In this new role, Martin reports to Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Luis E. Leon. Since 2001, Martin served as vice president and treasurer of Allied Waste Industries Inc., a Fortune 500 waste collection, recycling and disposal firm based in Scottsdale, Ariz. Prior to that, he was vice president of treasury, tax and procurement for California-based online financial services company E*TRADE. Martin also held positions with Federal-Mogul Corp., Red Lion Hotels, Boise Cascade Corp., JP Morgan Chase and Wachovia Securities. Martin earned a bachelor’s degree in economics and international studies from Virginia Tech as well as a master’s in business administration from UCLA.
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