The CFO of the Match Group has announced he is leaving the Dallas-based dating leader.
Jeff Dawson has been at the company since 2008, taking a number of senior positions including VP and Director of Finance, before being named CFO in May 2013.
And in a regulatory filing published last Thursday, 14th July, it was revealed Dawson would be leaving the business in mid-August.
The executive is staying at the company until then to assist with the transition, although the Match Group has not yet named a replacement.
Dawson is said to be leaving the owner of Match.com, OkCupid and Tinder to accept a position at another company.
Before joining the Match Group, he served as a financial analyst for American Airlines and worked for several different tech startups including Airband Communications and InVerge.com.
Dawson began his career at Price Waterhouse as a management consultant.
Last week, it was also announced that OkCupid co-founder and former Match Group CEO Sam Yagan had secured a new job – being appointed the CEO of ShopRunner.
ShopRunner is an Amazon Prime competitor that guarantees members unlimited free 2-day shipping and free returns for hundreds of stores, including Ralph Lauren, American Eagle, Staples & Toys ‘R Us.
Read more about his new role here.