AES Appoints Susan Harcourt Vice President of Investor Relations; Appoints Ahmed Pasha CFO of US Utilities and Conventional Generation

ARLINGTON, Va., March 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — AES Corporation (NYSE: AES) today announced the appointment of Susan Harcourt as Vice President of Investor Relations, succeeding Ahmed Pasha who was named the company’s chief financial officer for U.S. utilities and conventional generation.

Susan Harcourt

“Susan brings deep knowledge of AES from her time as Chief of Staff to our President and CEO, Andrés Gluski, as well as her previous roles in portfolio management,” said Stephen Coughlin, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of AES. “I would like to thank Ahmed for his strong leadership over the past decade, including communicating our transformation story to investors and achieving two investment grade credit ratings. Going forward, he will continue to play an important role in the within our finance team as chief financial officer of our U.S. utilities and conventional generation.”

Harcourt joined AES in 2010 and most recently served as Chief of Staff to the Chief Executive Officer of AES for the past three years. Previously, Susan held various positions within AES’ portfolio management team and in business development.

Pasha joined AES in 1995 and has held numerous positions in finance and business development. Most recently, Ahmed served as Global Treasurer and Vice President of Investor Relations. In his new role, Ahmed will be the CFO of AES Indiana and AES Ohio, as well as 8.3 GW of conventional generation in the United States.

About AES

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Ahmed Pasha

Ahmed Pasha

Accelerating the future of energy, together.  (PRNewsphoto/The AES Corporation)

Accelerating the future of energy, together. (PRNewsphoto/The AES Corporation)



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