Rex Energy appoints new CFO

Rex Energy Corp. (Nasdaq: REXX) has appointed Thomas Rajan as CFO of the company, effective Feb. 1.

Rajan brings almost 30 years of business and finance experience to his role at Rex Energy, with 20 years in oil and gas finance, credit, and capital markets roles. His background includes financing and capital raising transactions, strategic planning, and mergers and acquisitions.

Most recently, Rajan served as the managing partner of High View Energy LLC, a Fort Worth, Texas-based company focused on domestic exploration and production. He was also previously managing director of KeyBanc Capital Markets in Dallas, Texas, where he spent eight years in investment and corporate banking roles, ultimately leading the Oil & Gas Investment Banking and Corporate Banking practices.

While at KeyBanc, Rajan assisted Rex Energy through the company's initial public offering and subsequent equity raising transactions, and he has advised Rex's management on a number of strategic acquisition and divestiture projects since 2006. Prior to his time at KeyBanc, Rajan spent several years in corporate finance roles with Comerica Bank, Cross Timbers Oil Co., and JP Morgan Chase.

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