The world's biggest ticket reseller has a new president following last year's departure of Scott Cutler
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Mrva, most recently MD of global internet banking for Goldman Sachs, will oversee StubHub's financial planning, as well as advising on future acquisitions
By IQ on 14 Nov 2018
The world’s largest secondary ticketing site, StubHub, has appointed investment banking veteran Greg Mrva as chief financial officer.
Mrva was most recently managing director of global internet banking at Morgan Stanley, and has previously held executive roles at Barclays, Goldman Sachs, Montgomery Securities and TPG Capital, as well as VP of mergers and acquisitions at Yahoo!.
Based in the company’s San Francisco’s headquarters, Mrva is tasked with leading StubHub’s financial planning, accounting, analysis, operations, management and strategy, and will also share responsibility for setting strategic direction of the business, including oversight of its acquisitions team. (StubHub’s last major acquisition was Spanish rival Ticketbis, in February 2017.)
“We are thrilled that Greg has joined the StubHub leadership team,” says StubHub president Sukhinder Singh Cassidy, to whom (along with eBay CFO Scott Schenkel) Mrva will report.
“As we continue to grow domestically and expand our international business, Greg’s track record as a strong financial operator and strategic advisor will make him a valued partner.”
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