Head of Valaris steps down – interim CEO appointed

Restructured drilling company Valaris is on the search for a new chief executive, as Tom Burke steps down from his position as President and CEO effective September 3. For now, Anton Dibowitz has been appointed as interim CEO.

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Drilling company Valaris, which came out of Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in April, is undergoing a leadership transition, according to an announcement.

Tom Burke, CEO and President of Valaris since 2019, steps down on September 2, temporarily replaced by Anton Dibowitz, a current board member, as interim head of the company until a permanent solution is found.

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