Trimac names interim CFO

CALGARY — Trimac Income Fund has found an interim replacement for the chief financial officer position, which was left vacant by Gary Stewart in June.

Ken McBean will act as interim CFO, while the company initiates a search for a permanent CFO. McBean is a chartered accountant and has been engaged by Trimac over the past two years as a consultant.

Stewart resigned from his position for personal reasons after about a month on the job. The chartered account had 20 years of experience in senior finance, strategy and planning roles with Shell Canada and Royal Dutch Shell. His previous assignment was as vice-president of downstream planning and financial reporting for Royal Dutch Shell in London, England.

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