The departure of Aspen’s investor relations (IR) senior vice president has prompted a reshuffle within the team.
Kerry Calaiaro has decided to retire after over four years at Aspen and will leave the company at the end of April.
Kathleen de Guzman, currently vice president, investor relations, will succeed Calaiaro in heading up Aspen’s investor relations team.
Chris O’Kane, Aspen’s chief executive officer, said: “Kerry’s career in investor relations spans over 20 years and she is an outstanding IR practitioner. She has played a significant role in developing our IR strategy and I am very grateful for her valuable advice, insights and wise counsel over the last few years.
“We are extremely lucky to have someone of Kathleen’s calibre and experience to take on the lead role within the IR team. She is ideally qualified to drive our IR strategy forward and I am delighted to promote her to head up the team.”
Mark Jones will also join Aspen on April 13, 2015, as vice president, investor relations. He was previously associate director, investor relations, at Willis since 2010 and prior to this, he held IR roles at Revlon and The Global Consulting Group.
Chris O’Kane added: “Mark has a wealth of IR experience and we are delighted to welcome him to Aspen. He will be a very strong addition to our investor relations team.”
Aspen, Kerry Calaiaro, Kathleen de Guzman, Bermuda, Chris O’Kane, Mark Jones, Reinsurance