Jackson Square Aviation announces transition of Chief Risk Officer role from Paul Dwyer to Dan Cavanagh

Paul Dwyer (l) and Dan Cavanagh (r)

Jackson Square Aviation (JSA), a full-service commercial aircraft lessor, has announced that Paul Dwyer has transitioned his role as JSA’s Chief Risk Officer ahead of his upcoming retirement. Dan Cavanagh has succeeded Dwyer as Chief Risk Officer, effective January 1, 2022. Dwyer will remain at JSA until his formal retirement on February 28, 2022.

JSA’s Chief Executive Officer, Kevin McDonald, commented, “Paul has been a fundamental member of JSA’s leadership team since he joined our company in 2016 and we wish him well in his retirement. We are grateful for the focus and expertise that he brought to our risk team, best demonstrated by the health of our customer base and strength of our portfolio over the past two years. We are delighted to appoint Dan to the Chief Risk Officer role. With his varied aviation and risk background, strong relationships and deep industry knowledge, we are confident Dan is the right choice to maintain our customer-focused approach as we emerge from the pandemic and continue on our growth trajectory.”

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