Jason Leggatt has announced his resignation from his role as president of Mustang Survival

Jason Leggatt

Dec 12, 2022

The Marine Industry News UK team has reported that Jason Leggatt has announced his resignation from his role as president of Mustang Survival.

The lifesaving equipment design and manufacturing company stated Leggatt has provided valuable guidance to the senior leadership team, accomplishing notable strategic achievements, including transitioning Mustang Survival to new ownership with The Wing Group, and subsequently acquiring MTI Life Jackets, the assets of Ocean Rodeo Dry Wear division, and the assets of the Stearns government & professional division.

A statement from Mustang Survival says: “Jason built and now leaves an exceptionally talented team in place, and the business is positioned for continued dominance and growth in its field as the most technical and authentic waterlife brand in the world. With Jason’s ongoing passion and commitment to Mustang Survival, he will become a member of the board following his departure, enabling him to provide the board counsel and strategic guidance for The Wing Groupand the Mustang Survival business in a governance role.”

The Wing Group/Mustang Survival has commenced searching for a new business unit president, engaging the executive recruiting firm Boyden Canada. On an interim basis, VP Finance, Juanita Killen, has been appointed acting president.

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