Joe Allman to replace Tim Dooley as Republic’s CFO

Republic Airways Holdings has announced that executive vice president and chief financial officer Tim Dooley is leaving the company on 1 September, and that Joe Allman, who is currently serving as VP of finance and treasurer, will take his place.“Tim has been a valuable part of the senior leadership team and will be missed,” stated Republic’s CEO, chairman and president, Bryan Bedford. “In a turbulent industry, Tim has been a consistent, strong leader during his 17 years at Republic.”Dooley joined Republic in 1998 as manager of financial planning and analysis, occupying a number of roles with the company before being appointed as CFO in April 2011. He will continue to be available to assist in the completion of several projects until the end of 2015 and to ensure a smooth leadership transition process.Allman, who becomes senior vice-president and CFO, joined Republic in 2007 as VP and corporate controller before taking up his current role in 2012. He gained extensive finance operations experience in treasury, tax, accounting, internal audit and risk management in his prior positions with Deloitte LLP and London Witte Group.Replacing Allman as VP of finance and treasurer is Jason Secore. He joined Republic from US Airways in 2012 as director of fuel administration and was later promoted to MD of treasury and corporate development, where he led the successful transformation of the company’s treasury function.“Joe and Jason have been instrumental in shaping the strategic direction of our finance group and are held in high esteem by their peers and our external business partners,” continued Bedford. “They make an exceptional team and will each excel in their new responsibilities.”

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