A top executive at a major United States-based power company with assets in Ukraine has accepted a new high-level post at the energy holding of Ukrainian business tycoon Rinat Akhmetov.

Garry Levesley, who served as vice president of Virginia-headquartered AES Corporation until May 31, has accepted the number two job at Donbass Fuel and Energy Company, Ukraine’s largest privately-owned, vertically-integrated power company. Levesley is one of the first high-ranking executives from a multinational to join the management team of a company owned by a Ukrainian business mogul. Steve Walsh, another top executive at AES, has stepped in for Levesley to manage AES’s Ukraine operations, Kyiv Post reports.

Levesley, who has worked for the past 12 year for AES, which operates more than 100 generation, and 17 distribution companies in 27 countries, sees his new job as Chief Operating Officer and Deputy General Director at DTEK as a step up into a company with a bright future.

“I have never worked for an emerging company before,” said Levesley, a UK national, adding: “I have only worked for multinational corporations, including Royal/Dutch Shell.”

Levesley, now 46 years old, worked at Shell for 10 years before joining AES.


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