IAC Finance Chief to Leave Job

Glenn Schiffman Glenn Schiffman, IAC govt vice president and main money officer, is leaving the

Glenn Schiffman

Glenn Schiffman, IAC govt vice president and main money officer, is leaving the media conglomerate to pursue a new opportunity.

IAC, which owns dwelling venture marketplace Angi, childcare platform Treatment.com, and other businesses, stated Schiffman will stay at the enterprise for a couple of months to assistance with the changeover.

“Glenn’s remarkable. He has been a actual companion in IAC’s progress and results and we’re grateful for his electrical power and management. I have no question he’ll continue to do great things,” stated Joey Levin, CEO of IAC. 

Schiffman joined IAC as finance main in April 2016 and since January has also held the position of  interim main money officer of Angi, a position he beforehand held from September 2017 until August 2019. He serves on the board of administrators of Angi and Match Team, which he aided spinoff past yr. Schiffman will continue being on the Angi board of administrators following he leaves the enterprise. 

“It has been a legitimate privilege to be a portion of this sort of an excellent team and to lead to the new results of IAC,” stated Schiffman. “It has been an incredible operate about the past 5 several years and just a delight to have labored with our proficient finance team and have been a smaller portion of the incredible legacy of IAC. I couldn’t be prouder of our function aiding IAC make long lasting shareholder benefit and aiding to condition the future era of great firms. I seem ahead to cheering on the total IAC team and I’m psyched to continue aiding generate results at Angi.”

In the interim, while IAC lookups for Schiffman’s alternative, the company’s money govt management team, like senior vice president and controller Michael Schwerdtman, senior vice president of finance and investor relations Mark Schneider, and senior vice president and treasurer Nick Stoumpas, will oversee money capabilities at IAC and Angi. 

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