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Jason Liberty
Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer
Royal Caribbean Group

Jason Liberty is executive vice president and chief financial officer for Royal Caribbean Group, responsible for overseeing the company’s Treasury, Accounting, Corporate, Strategic and Revenue Planning, Corporate Development, Information Technology, Supply Chain, Risk Management, Legal, Port Operations, Deployment, Internal Audit and Investor Relations.

Since joining the company in 2005, Liberty held several senior management positions. He was appointed senior vice president of Finance and Strategy, responsible for Treasury, Strategic and Corporate Planning, Investor Relations and Deployment and before that served as vice president of Corporate and Strategic Planning, in charge of Corporate, Capital and Strategic Planning, Energy Management, Revenue Planning and Systems and Insurance.

Liberty was a senior manager with the accounting firm KPMG LLP, before he joined Royal Caribbean Group.

Mr. Liberty earned his MBA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Kenan-Flagler Business School. In addition, Mr. Liberty holds degrees in accounting and finance from the University of Miami School of Business and Indiana University, Bloomington, Kelley School of Business, respectively. 

Liberty lives in Weston, Florida, with his wife Erica and their four children.

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