Rocket Lab Appoints Colin Canfield to Lead Investor Relations
Rocket Lab Appoints Colin Canfield to Lead Investor Relations
Long Beach, California. February 13th, 2023 – Rocket Lab USA, Inc. (Nasdaq: RKLB) (“Rocket Lab” or “the Company”), a leading launch and space systems company, today announced the appointment of Colin Canfield to lead the Company’s investor relations.
As Investor Relations Manager Colin will be the primary liaison between Rocket Lab and the investment community, serve as a key advisor to the leadership team, and will lead all investor relations initiatives.
Prior to joining Rocket Lab, Colin was most recently the U.S. Government Services and Space Analyst with Barclays as part of Institutional Investor's top ranked Aerospace and Defense team and top ranked Industrials franchise. Previously he covered Aerospace and Defense for Citi and has held roles within fixed-income asset management, emerging market strategy and healthcare services financial planning and analysis. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Marquette University with a specialty from Marquette's Applied Investment Management program.
“We’re delighted to have Colin on the team. He brings with him deep knowledge of the space industry and a wealth of experience working with the investment community,” said Rocket Lab Chief Financial Officer Adam Spice. “Colin’s appointment comes at a time of exciting growth for Rocket Lab as we ramp up Electron launch cadence, continue to expand our space systems offering, and make strong progress in the development of the Neutron launch vehicle, supporting our expansion into the larger launch market. We’re thrilled to have him on board to strengthen and grow relationships with investors through this pivotal time.”
“I’m more than excited to join the Rocket Lab team as the company positions itself to lead across key space technology markets, drive profitability and evolve into a proven cash-compounder,” said new Investor Relations Manager Colin Canfield. “Rocket Lab has a best-in-class leadership team, aligns well with Government budgets programmatically and procedurally, and is well positioned to continue capture share with innovative commercial customers.”
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Founded in 2006, Rocket Lab is an end-to-end space company with an established track record of mission success. We deliver reliable launch services, satellite manufacture, spacecraft components, and on-orbit management solutions that make it faster, easier and more affordable to access space. Headquartered in Long Beach, California, Rocket Lab designs and manufactures the Electron small orbital launch vehicle, the Photon satellite platform and the Company is developing the large Neutron launch vehicle for constellation deployment. Since its first orbital launch in January 2018, Rocket Lab’s Electron launch vehicle has become the second most frequently launched U.S. rocket annually and has delivered 155 satellites to orbit for private and public sector organizations, enabling operations in national security, scientific research, space debris mitigation, Earth observation, climate monitoring, and communications. Rocket Lab’s Photon spacecraft platform has been selected to support NASA missions to the Moon and Mars, as well as the first private commercial mission to Venus. Rocket Lab has three launch pads at two launch sites, including two launch pads at a private orbital launch site located in New Zealand and a third launch site in Virginia, USA. To learn more, visit www.rocketlabusa.com.
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