Sempra Energy Appoints new VP of Investor Relations

Faisel H. Khan has joined Sempra Energy as its vice president of investor relations.

Khan previously was a managing director for Citigroup in New York, covering the natural gas, pipeline, midstream, refining and master limited partnership industries. Khan, who has worked for Citigroup since 2005, has been ranked as one of the top financial analysts in the natural gas sector for the past 11 years by Institutional Investor Survey.

“We are pleased Faisel Kahn is joining our leadership team,” says Jeffrey W. Martin, executive vice president, chief financial officer and CEO-elect of Sempra Energy. “Faisel has been a leading analyst in our sector for many years. He will continue our strong outreach to the investment community and our disciplined focus on delivering long-term shareholder value.”

Prior to joining Citigroup in 2005, Khan worked for six years at Credit Suisse First Boston, first in investment banking and, later, as an equity research analyst following the integrated pipeline, merchant power and gas distribution industries.

A native of Santa Monica, Calif., Khan, 42, holds bachelor’s degrees in engineering and economics from the University of Pennsylvania.

Khan succeeds Richard A. Vaccari, who retired last month after a 35-year career, the past 15 years with Sempra Energy.

Sempra Energy, based in San Diego, is a Fortune 500 energy services holding company with 2017 revenues of more than $11 billion. The Sempra Energy companies’ approximately 20,000 employees serve more than 40 million consumers worldwide.

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