LNG shipper Golar has appointed Callum Mitchell-Thomson as its new chief financial officer, replacing the current CFO, Graham Robjohns, who has decided to step down in October last year.?
Mitchell-Thomson will formally take up the role on April 20, 2020, Golar LNG said in its statement.
He will remain in his current position until April 20, 2020, and will leave Golar on April 30, 2020.
Callum Mitchell-Thomson has 21 years of experience advising energy, utility and infrastructure companies on M&A and capital markets transactions while working for JP Morgan. During this time, he was co-head of Energy, Utility and Infrastructure Investment Banking in EMEA for 10 years, head of Corporate Finance in EMEA for 3 years and head of Investment Banking in Germany for 2 years.
He has also been a member of the EMEA Banking Management Committee and a supervisory board member of JP Morgan AG.
Since leaving JPMorgan he has worked in the UK Parliament as a Parliamentary Adviser on European, Economic and Finance legislation.
Prior to joining JP Morgan, he worked for Shell International Petroleum as a financial controller in European Downstream and then in Global LNG.