Blue Sky Alternative Investments has seen its chief financial officer resign after being in the role for around two months, as a new chief operating officer and chief executive are due to start.
Current CFO Elizabeth Walker is leaving the firm for personal reasons, with her resignation to take effect from 5 April.
In addition to her departure, Andrew Werro, current chief risk officer, will assume the role of COO from 5 April, leading the company’s finance risk and compliance functions.
Joel Cann is due to commence in the role of CEO on 15 April and will oversee the appointment of the new CFO.
The search for the new CFO, Blue Sky inferred, has already started.
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