Twitter continues to shake up its executive ranks, and the latest is a double-doozy. Today the company announced in an SEC filing that it would be appointing a new CFO — the hotshot banker Anthony Noto, who helped lead Twitter’s public offering as the co-head of Goldman Sachs’ Technology, Media and Telecom Investment Banking group — and at the same time would be shifting its current CFO, Mike Gupta, to a new role as SVP in charge of strategic investments.
The change would happen within the next 30 days, the company says.
Noto, you may recall, was supposed to take on a new job as announced in May of this year, jumping from Goldman to hedge fund Coatue. He never actually started there, however.
It’s not clear who approached who for the Twitter role, but Noto was very public today — on Twitter, of course — in thanking Coatue…
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