Transocean Appoints Mey as New CFO
Transocean Ltd. announced that, as mutually agreed with the company, Esa Ikaheimonen is stepping down as executive vice president and chief financial officer effective immediately. Ikaheimonen has also resigned his company-appointed position as the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Transocean Partners LLC, a subsidiary of Transocean. Additionally, the company announced that Mark Mey has been appointed as executive vice president and chief financial officer effective May 28.
"Esa brought a fresh and unique perspective to Transocean when he joined the company almost three years ago and he has contributed materially to the company's capital structure, fleet rationalization and cost management initiatives," said Jeremy Thigpen, Transocean's president and chief executive officer. "On behalf of all of Transocean, I thank Esa for his service and wish him great success in his future endeavors."
Thigpen continued: "I have known Mark for a number of years, and I am very pleased to have the opportunity to finally work with him. Mark brings extensive industry and leadership experience to the CFO role, and he will be a great addition to the Transocean team."
Mey most recently served as executive vice president and chief financial officer of Atwood Oceanics. Including his almost five years at Atwood, he has over 28 years of experience in the energy and financial services industries in both the United States and South Africa. Prior to Atwood, Mey was Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer and a Director of Scorpion Offshore Ltd. He also held positions of increasing responsibility during his 12 years with offshore driller Noble Corporation, including Vice President and Treasurer. Mey earned an Advanced Diploma in Accounting and a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Port Elizabeth, South Africa. He is a Chartered Accountant and attended the Harvard Business School Executive Advanced Management Program.
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