Anthony Noto, the COO of Twitter has reportedly left the company for a new role in financial startup SoFi.
Apparently he will be the new CEO of SoFi. He will start from March. According to the requirement of his new job, Noto will have to take over leadership of the load refinancing startup from interim CEO Tom Hutton when he starts in March. It is noteworthy that SoFi lost its former CEO on allegation of sexual harassment
Noto has been part of Twitter since 2014 when Dick Costolo was the CEO of the company. Prior to joining Twitter Noto had a number of other high end jobs. He was managing director of Goldman Sachs and had also worked as CFO of the NFL.
While Twitter reveals that Noto will be replaced by a deserving member of the Twitter leadership team, the CEO Jack Dorsey expressed his appreciation as well as sadness on the resignation.
He said in his Twitter post: I’m really sad to see @anthonynoto leave us, but I’m happy for him and really proud of everything he’s accomplished at Twitter. He’s been a friend, partner, and mentor to me for years. He always has my support and gratitude. Thank you Anthony! We love you. https://t.co/wdI0rJqIck
— jack (@jack) January 23, 2018
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