Nicholas Veasey Named Investor Relations Director at Booz Allen Hamilton

Nicholas Veasey Named Investor Relations Director at Booz Allen Hamilton - top government contractors - best government contracting event
Nicholas Veasey

Nicholas Veasey, director of mergers and acquisitions at Booz Allen Hamilton, will direct the company’s investor relations unit effective June 30.

The company said Thursday that Veasey will replace Curt Riggle, who will head the internal education for finance and will continue serving the investor relations unit through summer to help during the transition period.

Veasey will report to Lloyd Howell Jr., Booz Allen’s chief financial officer.

In his current role, Veasey designs and implements the capital allocation and acquisition plans of the company.

Before he joined Booz Allen in 2015, he was with Deutsche Bank‘s industrial sector as an investment banker and helped facilitate transactions for debt, equity and mergers of large corporations.

Prior to his career in the private sector, Veasey served in the U.S. Marine Corps as a reconnaissance platoon commander and was deployed to the Middle East multiple times.

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