Infinera Start Search For New CFO
Current CFO will continue until Feb 28 2014
Networks solutions company Infinera have announced that chief financial officer Ita Brennan will resign effective February 28, 2014 to pursue another opportunity at a technology start-up. The Company will commence the process of conducting a search for a new chief financial officer and expects to announce a succession plan on or before her resignation date.
Ms. Brennan has served as Infinera’s CFO since June 2010. She joined Infinera in 2006 and served in various roles within the company’s finance group, prior to her promotion to CFO. Ms. Brennan will continue to direct Infinera’s finance activities as CFO until her departure date.
“We are grateful to Ita for her many years of service to Infinera," said Tom Fallon, chief executive officer of Infinera. “She has built a strong financial team at the company and has been an outstanding leader both inside and outside Infinera. We wish her the very best."
“I am grateful for the learning, experience and relationships I have enjoyed in seven great years at Infinera," said Ms. Brennan. “I look forward to seeing the company continue to grow and successfully execute on the long-term strategy we have put in place."
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