- General Dynamics appoints Kim Kuryea as new CFO, succeeding Jason Aiken.
- Kuryea brings over 20 years of financial experience including previous roles as CFO and Head of Internal Audit with the company.
- Aiken will now focus solely on operating the technologies group, contributing to Gulfstream business jets.
- Mark Roualet, EVP of Combat Systems, set to retire in April and will be replaced by Danny Deep, current president of General Dynamics Land Systems.
Kim Kuryea, presently serving as the Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Administration at General Dynamics, will become the new CFO, taking over from Jason Aiken.
CEO Phebe Novakovic applauded Kuryea’s vast financial expertise, spanning over two decades. Her former roles include spearheading a division’s finance department as the CFO, leading internal audit activities, and acting as the company controller.
Assuming the joint position of CFO and Executive Vice President of Technologies, Aiken will now dedicate his expertise solely to the operational responsibilities, particularly within the technologies group, the Gulfstream business jets’ producer.
Meanwhile, another significant change is set for April as Mark Roualet, head of Combat Systems, will step down from his role. Danny Deep, presently leading General Dynamics Land Systems, is slated to fill his position.
In relation to the exchange market or trading, these leadership transitions within a key player like General Dynamics might have certain implications on the company’s share price. Therefore, investors and traders should keenly observe these changes and adjust their strategies accordingly.