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iAero Group continues to build team and leadership talent with addition of new general counsel

Apr 05, 2021

iAero Group, the leading investment platform to transform and scale high-growth potential companies in the aviation industry, and owner of iAero Airways charter airline, iAero Tech airframe MRO, and iAero Thrust engine MRO, has added General Counsel talent to its team with the addition of Paul Hechenberger.

Paul Hechenberger
Paul Hechenberger

Paul has over 35 years of leadership, aviation, and manufacturing experience. He has advised three public and numerous private companies in a wide range of commercial transactions, M&A, governance, and compliance, while in-house counsel to Tyco International, BBA Aviation, and Spirit AeroSystems, and as a partner at Shutts & Bowen. Most recently he was Deputy General Counsel at Spirit AeroSystems. An EA-6B Naval Flight Officer, Paul retired from the US Navy in 2015 as a Captain, with 30 years of combined active and reserve service. More background on Paul here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paul-hechenberger

“We are extremely happy to have Paul on our team to deepen our leadership talent as well as legal competence to serve all of our operating companies and their customers,” said iAero Group Chief Executive Officer, Robert Caputo. “As part of our talent growth strategy of focusing on Veteran hires and their spouses, we are also very proud to welcome another Veteran to our family of employees.”

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