the travel management company announced. "Harvey will join BCD after he has fulfilled his contractual obligation to HRG," according to BCD, which declined to elaborate. He departed
HRG at the end of February, taking "garden leave," a U.K phrase describing executives required to stay away from work after they resign, especially if moving to a competitor. He will report to BCD Travel CEO John Snyder, who noted in a statement that Harvey had worked with many BCD senior executives as part of the WorldTravel BTI joint venture between BCD and HRG. Harvey replaces Ilona De March, who "decided earlier this month to leave BCD after 13 years," according to the company.