Denver-based The Chotin Group has announced changes in its management team. Effective today, Helen Dickens, president and chief operating officer assumes all responsibility for The Chotin Group’s asset management division. Dickens replaces Zach Pashel, who is leaving the company to pursue another opportunity.

Steven Chotin, chairman and chief executive officer, will resume responsibility over the firm’s daily structured finance activities and business development.

As a part of the change, the asset management company has launched a national  search to find an executive who will work with Chotin in identifying new business and investment opportunities.

Dickens has been with the firm since 1989. In her new role, she will work closely with Jeffrey Stemmermann, who continues as vice president and senior portfolio manager.

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