Glenn Schiffman, IAC government vice president and main fiscal officer, is leaving the media conglomerate to pursue a new opportunity.
IAC, which owns property task marketplace Angi, childcare platform Care.com, and other corporations, explained Schiffman will continue to be at the business for a pair of months to enable with the changeover.
“Glenn’s incredible. He has been a authentic spouse in IAC’s development and success and we’re grateful for his electricity and leadership. I have no doubt he’ll continue on to do good items,” explained Joey Levin, CEO of IAC.
Schiffman joined IAC as finance main in April 2016 and since January has also held the part of interim main fiscal officer of Angi, a part he earlier held from September 2017 until eventually August 2019. He serves on the board of administrators of Angi and Match Group, which he aided spinoff final calendar year. Schiffman will continue being on the Angi board of administrators following he leaves the business.
“It has been a accurate privilege to be a portion of such an remarkable workforce and to add to the current success of IAC,” explained Schiffman. “It has been an incredible operate over the final five a long time and just a delight to have worked with our gifted finance workforce and have been a small portion of the incredible legacy of IAC. I couldn’t be prouder of our get the job done encouraging IAC develop long lasting shareholder price and encouraging to shape the subsequent era of good businesses. I seem forward to cheering on the complete IAC workforce and I’m enthusiastic to continue on encouraging push success at Angi.”
In the interim, even though IAC queries for Schiffman’s substitution, the company’s fiscal government leadership workforce, together with senior vice president and controller Michael Schwerdtman, senior vice president of finance and trader relations Mark Schneider, and senior vice president and treasurer Nick Stoumpas, will oversee fiscal capabilities at IAC and Angi.