Nikola names insider Anastasiya Pasterick as finance chief
March 27 (Reuters) - Electric-truck maker Nikola Corp (NKLA.O) said on Monday Kim Brady will retire as chief financial officer on April 7 and insider Anastasiya Pasterick will take over the role.
Pasterick was key in taking the company public through a merger with a blank-check firm in 2020, the company said.
Brady will remain employed with Nikola through April 28 in an advisory capacity.
Last month, the Arizona-based truckmaker said issues hitting demand for its battery-powered trucks are not expected to ease in the near future. It delivered fewer than a sixth of the battery-powered trucks it made in the fourth quarter.
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