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Dominion Energy CFO Mark McGettrick To Retire; Jim Chapman To Succeed

Dominion Energy Inc. (D) said Tuesday that Mark McGettrick, executive vice president and chief financial officer, will retire on January 1, 2019, ending a 38-year career at the company. Effective November 1, 2018, McGettrick will step down as CFO.

McGettrick will be succeeded as CFO by James "Jim" Chapman, senior vice president-Mergers & Acquisitions and treasurer. He will assist Chapman during the two-month transition.

Chapman, 49, joined Dominion Energy in 2013 after more than 20 years in investment banking and corporate finance, principally related to the utility and energy sector.
Among his roles, he was managing director and head of Asia Pacific Power & Utilities Investment Banking at Barclays plc, as well as holding similar senior roles at Barclays and its predecessor firm, Lehman Brothers in New York and overseas.

Chapman assumed his current post in February 2016. The company noted that once he becomes CFO, he is expected to retain his role as treasurer.

The outgoing CFO, McGettrick, joined the company in 1980. During his career, he held several management positions in distribution design, accounting, financial planning, customer service and generation.

McGettrick was named president of the services company in 2002 and chief executive officer of the generation operating unit in 2003. In June 2009, he was promoted to CFO.

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