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Bristow Names Don Miller President and CEO and Brian Allman Senior Vice President and CFO
"Don's energy, intellect and commitment to the Bristow team and our customers gives the board full confidence in his ability to lead Bristow, the world's leading industrial aviation solutions provider," said
"Bristow serves a critical role in the oil and gas and search and rescue industries and beyond, and I'm honored to have the opportunity to lead the company through one of the most dynamic markets in recent history," said Miller. "Bristow has the best employees in the world, with an unwavering commitment to safety and our clients. I'm confident we will continue to provide unparalleled service as we work through our challenges and become an even better long-term partner to our clients."
Additionally, the company announced that
"Brian is a well-respected financial leader both internally and externally," said Miller. "While leading our global accounting and tax team, Brian played an important role in our recent financings and is fully integrated with our investor relations, internal audit and financial forecasting and modeling functions."
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