Lyra Therapeutics Names Jason Cavalier As CFO - Quick Facts

Therapeutics company Lyra Therapeutics, Inc. (LYRA) announced Monday the appointment of Jason Cavalier as Chief Financial Officer, effective today. He succeeds Don Elsey, who is retiring as the Company's CFO and is expected to serve in an advisory role to assist with the transition.

Cavalier is a highly experienced investment banker with extensive background in originating and executing financial transactions, particularly mergers and acquisitions. He will lead the Company's financial and capital markets strategy, advise on business development and transactional activities, as well as support investor and public relations.

Cavalier joins Lyra after serving as Managing Director, Head of Life Sciences Mergers & Acquisitions at Cantor Fitzgerald, where he led transactions across the medical technology, diagnostics and biopharma sectors.

Prior to Cantor, he held several senior-level positions at RBC Capital Markets, including Director, Mergers and Acquisitions. He also held investment banking roles of increasing responsibility at Barclays Capital, Bear Stearns, and Lehman Brothers.

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