Former Etihad Airways UK general manager, Clive Wratten, has been appointed chief executive of travel management company CTI.
Wratten joined CTI as commercial director in June this year.
The company, formerly known as TD Travel, changed its name to Corporate Travel International (CTI) in 2013 following the acquisition of Hotelscene.
A member of the Guild of Travel Management Companies, the company has been backed by mid-market private equity investor LDC since 2012.
It employs about 170 staff at offices in London, Bristol, Manchester, Merseyside, Leeds and Hull.
Former CTI chief executive Ian White will remain at the group in a new role as value innovation partner, leading development of new products and services.
CTI chairman Dick Porter said: “Clive has made a considerable positive impact on our company since he joined us and is the right person to lead our company forward following Ian’s successful stewardship over many years.
“Clive’s role will be to lead CTI in its next phase of growth and evolution.”
Wratten has previously held senior roles with HRG and Gulf Air.
CTI handles clients in sectors including manufacturing, telecoms, IT, professional services, fashion and retail.
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