Rosneft VP Waves Goodbye
Peter O'Brien, vice president and head of the group of financial advisors to the president of OJSC Rosneft, has reached the end of his contract and will be leaving the company.
Over his time at the company (since 2006), Peter O'Brien has made a significant contribution to the development of a number of strategic areas. He supervised economic and planning issues, as well as long-term financing, investment and reporting to international standards.
Peter O'Brien's experience and authority in the investment community played an important role in preparations for and execution of Rosneft's successful IPO, which was highly regarded by Russian and international investors. Since its IPO, the company has achieved its financial targets and been effective in maintaining investor relations, both areas in which Peter O'Brien played a key role.
Before joining Rosneft, Peter O'Brien worked at Morgan Stanley between 2000 and 2006, where he led the CIS energy group and co-headed the investment banking division in Russia.
The Rosneft management would like to thank Peter O'Brien for his productive work at the company and wishes him further career success.
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