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Skywest Airlines Names Brian O'Dwyer Group CFO - Quick Facts

Skywest Airlines Ltd.(SKYW.L) announced the appointment of Brian O'Dwyer to the position of Group Chief Financial Officer and Duncan Scott to the position of Group General Counsel.

Prior to joining the Company, O'Dwyer was an investment banker at Credit Suisse in Singapore, Chicago and New York where he specialized in corporate finance. His experience includes debt and equity capital raising, mergers and acquisitions for clients in the private sector including a number of airline and aviation clients in the United States and Asia. O'Dwyer was a strategy and operations management consultant with A.T. Kearney in Chicago before joining Credit Suisse.

Prior to joining the Company, Scott was a partner in Speechly Bircham, a City of London law firm. At Speechly Bircham, Scott specialized in company law, private and public corporate acquisitions, private equity and venture capital investments, IPOs and secondary rights issues, company start-ups and corporate governance.

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