Union Pacific appoints new finance leaders

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OMAHA, Neb. — Union Pacific is appointing new leaders in the railroad’s finance department as others announce their plans to retire. UP has named Jon Panzer vice president and treasurer, Jennifer Hamann vice president planning and analysis, and Bryan Clark vice president-tax.

Mary Jones, vice president and treasurer and Pat O’Malley, vice president-tax, have announced their retirements.

Panzer will succeed Jones who plans to retire Dec. 1 after more than three decades at Union Pacific and 18 years as treasurer. Jones will help transition the vice president and treasurer responsibilities as senior vice president of finance.

Hamann most recently served as vice president and general manager of automotive. She has been with the railroad for 25 years, including roles in investor relations, corporate audit, and human resources.

Clark, who currently serves as assistant vice president-federal tax, will succeed O’Malley who plans to retire Nov. 30 after more than 30 years with the railroad.

See the news release online.

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