Ned Segal, Former Goldman Sachs Executive To Become Twitter’s New CFO

Ned Segal is excited after getting the opportunity to work with one of the industry leaders, Twitter .The top executive sometime back worked with as a senior finance executive at Intuit. He was also privileged to work with Goldman Sachs where he served in the capacity of the company’s chief financial officer. He has promised to utilize his working experience in helping Twitter make tremendous steps forward in terms of business.

Segal, 43, according to some trusted sources will be reporting to Jack Dorsey who is as a matter of fact the CEO of Twitter. He will be assuming the CFO role that was earlier held by Anthony Noto.

In making his statement, the top company official said he had over a long period of time wished to work with Twitter. He thought of it as an opportunity for him to participate in transforming the world. He promised to do all within his means to help build on the company’s business momentum according to Variety.

In welcoming Segal, Dorsey said, “Ned’s experience in financial operations as a public company and business unit CFO, along with his background serving technology companies and investors, are an ideal fit for Twitter as we work to extend our positive momentum, continue growing our audience and achieve greater operating efficiency.”

He added that they were confident the new official would bring a principled, engaging and rigorous approach to the various companies’ operations. As a result they would be able to make positive steps forward as they struggle to come up with top quality services for the wide user base.

The new CFO termed it a major privilege to get the chance to work with Twitter. He asserted that throughout his working career he had embraced teamwork. He promised to continue with that in his new work station.

Twitter has over the years had its fair share of business challenges. Some analysts had predicted that the President Donald Trump’s era would transform the company. Things might not be looking perfectly well. However, it goes without saying that it is headed towards immense success.