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MacLennan resigns as Noble Corp's CFO

James A. MacLennan has resigned as Noble Corp.'s chief financial officer, and Dennis L. Lubojacky, vice president and controller, will serve as interim CFO
MacLennan resigns as Noble Corp's CFO

Noble Corp. has announced the resignation of  James A. MacLennan, senior vice president, chief financial officer (CFO), and treasurer, effective 26 February 2016. Dennis L. Lubojacky, vice president and controller, will serve as interim CFO until a permanent replacement can be found, said the company.

“[MacLennan] has helped Noble position itself so that it can navigate the challenges facing the industry, and we wish him the best of luck in his future endeavors,” said David W. Williams, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Noble Corp.

Lubojacky, age 63, has served in various accounting capacities for the Noble Corp., its predecessor (Noble-Swiss), and certain of their subsidiaries since July 2007.

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