: Nikola CFO Brady to step down, will be succeeded by controller Pasterick


Electric-vehicle company Nikola Corp. NKLA, +0.67% announced Monday that Chief Financial Officer Kim Brady plans to retire from her post effective April 7. Brady will be succeeded by Stasy Pasterick, the company’s current corporate controller, though she will stay on with the company through April 28 in a non-executive capacity to assist with the transition. “Stasy’s proven financial acumen and attention to detail are the capabilities the company needs now as we build on the momentum surrounding the unveiling of our new energy brand, HYLA, the commercialization of our Class 8 battery-electric truck, and the pending production of our Class 8 hydrogen fuel cell vehicle,” Chief Executive Michael Lohscheller said in a release. Pasterick has been with Nikola since 2019.

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