Carnival Appoints Michel Nestour to VP, Global Port and Destination Development

Michel Nestour has been appointed to the newly created position of vice president, global port and destination development – EuroMed region for Carnival Corporation & plc.

Nestour is responsible for strategic corporate port and destination development initiatives within the EuroMed region, which includes the Mediterranean and Atlantic coast from Morocco and the Canary Islands in the south to Norway in the north and the Baltic Sea.

Nestour is based in Carnival Corporation & plc's office in Southampton, UK, and reports to Giora Israel, the company’s senior vice president of global port and destination development.

Prior to joining Carnival, Nestour spent seven years at the London offices of Ernst & Young, working within the company’s transaction advisory services division. He also served in the merger and acquisition division of Corus Group, and held financial positions with global investment firms Schroder Salomon Smith Barney and PricewaterhouseCoopers.

A native of Lorient, France, Nestour earned degrees in economics and Spanish at the universities of Nantes in France and Valencia in Spain, respectively, as well as a masters of arts in banking and finance from the University of Wales’ College of Bangor.

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