ITC Holdings, an independent electric transmission company in the US, has hired Rejji Hayes as vice president, finance and treasurer. In this position, Hayes will report to Cameron Bready, ITC’s executive vice president (EVP) and chief financial officer (CFO). Hayes will be responsible for all treasury and cash management activities, financial planning and analysis, management reporting and risk management and insurance functions for the company.
Hayes most recently served as assistant treasurer and director, corporate finance and financial strategy at Exelon Corporation in Chicago where he was responsible for developing the company’s financial strategy and planning, structuring and executing debt and equity financings. Prior to his role at Exelon, Hayes served as vice president, mergers and acquisitions at Lazard Freres & Co, where he assessed strategic opportunities, performed valuations and led merger and acquisitions transactions for corporate clients.
Hayes holds a MBA Harvard Business School and a BA from Amherst College.
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