U.S. offshore vessel owner Seacor Marine Holdings has appointed a new executive vice president and chief financial officer (CFO), effective April 2, 2018.
Seacor said on Monday that Matthew R. Cenac stepped down as from the position of executive vice president and CFO, effective as of April 1.
Cenac joined Seacor Marine as EVP and CFO in June of 2017 and was a part of the company’s transition following its spin-off from Seacor Holdings.
He will provide consulting services to the company for six months following his departure to assist the company with the transition of his duties.
The company added that it appointed Jesús Llorca to fill the vacant positions, effective April 2. Llorca served as the company’s executive vice president of corporate development since June 1, 2017, and served as a vice president of Seacor Holdings from May 2007 to May 2017.
Seacor also expects to announce the appointment of a new principal accounting officer over the coming weeks. This individual is expected to work closely with Llorca in overseeing the company’s finance operations.
John Gellert, CEO of Seacor, said: “On behalf of the entire organization, I thank Matt for the significant time and effort he expended as the company transitioned following its spin-off from Seacor Holdings, and for his many years of service with the Seacor organization. We appreciate the leadership and dedication he exhibited during this time and wish him every success in the future.
“We are pleased to have Jesús transition to the CFO position. Over the last ten years, Jesús has been an integral part of all aspects of our business. Most recently, Jesús led the successful closing of the Falcon Global transaction and was a key member of the team developing our plans for participating in the offshore windfarm industry in the U.S., culminating in our announcement last week of a cooperation agreement with Fred. Olsen Windcarrier.”