Ports America Appoints Khan

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Ports America has appointed Nasir Khan as its new chief development officer who will be responsible for leading the company’s future investments and expansion in marine terminals.

Prior to joining Ports America, Khan served as director of infrastructure and energy finance (IEF) at Citigroup, New York, where he led that company’s financing of transportation sector projects in the Americas. During his time with Citigroup, he also served as the director and regional head of IEF in its Sydney, Australia, office.

Khan, who is a graduate of Yale University with his MBA from Columbia University, will be based in Iselin, N.J., and report to President and CEO Stephen Edwards.

(www.portsamerica.com)

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