Trimac on the hunt for new CFO

CALGARY — Trimac Income Fund announces that its recently hired chief financial officer, Gary Stewart, has resigned for personal reasons.

Stewart was hired on by Trimac in May of this year. 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.

Edward Malysa, executive vice-president and COO and Trimac’s former CFO, will be assuming the role of CFO in the interim.

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