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NAD appoints new VP of finance and CFO

Nassau Airport Development Co has announced the appointment of Chris Ryan as its new vice president of finance and chief financial officer. Photo courtesy Nassau Airport Development Co. 

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Friday, May 11, 2012
Friday, May 11, 2012

Nassau Airport Development Co (NAD) this week announced the appointment of Chris Ryan as its new vice president of finance and chief financial officer.

“We are very pleased to welcome Chris to our executive management team. He brings more than 30 years of accounting experience in aviation, oil and gas, mining and healthcare services to the position,” says Stewart Steeves, president and chief executive officer of NAD. “As we welcome our new chief financial officer, I would like to especially thank our outgoing CFO, Paul Ward, for his leadership and the role he played to help us get to this point in our financing.”


Last month, the airport management company signed a $225-million agreement, bringing the final round of funding to a close for the $409.5-million airport redevelopment project at Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA).

Ryan worked within the Vantage Airport Group (formerly YVRAS) network of airports. Vantage is the parent company of NAD. Prior to joining NAD, he served as director of finance and administration at Greater Moncton International Airport in Canada. His position was effective May 1, 2012.

“I am honored to be joining NAD at such an historic time in its development. I hope to assist LPIA in becoming a world-class airport facility,” says Ryan.

Stage one, a US Departures Terminal, opened in March 2011. Stage two, construction of an International Arrivals Terminal, is currently underway and is scheduled to open this autumn. The third and final stage, a Domestic and International Departures and Domestic Arrivals Terminal will wrap up the entire development in the autumn of 2013.

Eight Cabinet Ministers of the new Progressive Liberal Party government took the Oath of Office May 10 at Government House. Pictured: (Front row from left) Obediah Wilchcombe, Minister of Tourism; Dr. Bernard Nottage, Minister of National Security; Perry Christie, Prime Minister; Sir Arthur Foulkes; Philip Davis, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Works and Urban Development; and Senator Allyson Maynard Gibson, Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs. (Back row from left) Damian Gomez, Minister of State, Legal Affairs; Jerome Fitzgerald, Minister of Education Science and Technology; Keith Bell, Minister of State in the Ministry of National Security; Ryan Pinder, Minister of Financial Services; and Michael Halkitis, Minister of State in the Ministry of Finance. (BIS Photo/Patrick Hanna)

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