The group – which runs 29 restaurants globally and holds six Michelin stars – said the new team would focus on ‘refining’ and expanding its portfolio to offer the ‘best-in-class’ dining experiences around the world.
Stuart Gillies has been promoted to CEO, tasked with developing the brand’s culture, while former operations director Andy Wenlock will fill Gillies' former role as managing director.
David Kerr is joining the company as financial director from a role at private member’s club group Home House, and Charlie Glynn has been appointed people director after leaving coffee chain Harris & Hoole.
Gordon Ramsay said: “It’s a very exciting time at Gordon Ramsay Group and we’ve created some new strategic roles as we enter the next phase of development.
"I’m very excited for Stuart, who’s been with the group for over a decade and a driving force in our international growth, as well as Andy Wenlock who will excel in the role of managing director. I’m looking forward to working closely with these talented individuals as the Group continues to mature and grow.”
The chef's first solo eatery Restaurant Gordon Ramsay opened in 1998 and has held three-Michelin stars for 15 years.
Ramsay has since opened a further 13 London restaurants and employs over 700 people in the capital.