Nexcelle, a joint venture of the Safran Group’s Aircelle and GE’s Middle River Aircraft Systems (MRAS), has appointed Michael O’Sullivan as chief financial officer (CFO). In this role, O’Sullivan will establish and oversee the financial structure for Nexcelle’s developing business activities. Previously, he was the CFO of GE Aviation’s Middle River Aircraft Systems, which is one of Nexcelle’s two parent companies.
During his career, O’Sullivan has held numerous financial and management responsibilities, including positions at GE Corporate Accounting , GE Information Services, GE Semiconductor, GE Major Appliance and GE Aerospace, as well as Harris Corporation and Thales Mackay Radio.
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