Charles Davis, Patrick Henry Dowling Assume New Roles at Seabury Group

Seabury-GroupCharles Davis, formerly executive vice president of global aerospace and defense consulting division at professional services firm Seabury Group, has been promoted to president and CEO of the division.

Davis, a retired lieutenant general of the U.S. Air Force, took over the roles after Chris Kubasik joined L-3 Communications (NYSE:LLL) as president and chief operations officer, Seabury said Wednesday.

Charles Davis
Charles Davis

Patrick Henry Dowling, senior managing director for corporate finance at Seabury, was also named president and CEO of the company’s corporate finance business.

Davis and Dowling will report directly to Chairman and CEO John Luth and will work together to deliver services for the defense and aerospace sector.

Luth will serve as CEO of Seabury’s advisory group, which was also led by Kubasik.

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