Tinder’s VP of Product Ankur Jain is leaving the Hollywood dating app.
Jain joined the company when Tinder acquired Humin, the startup he co-founded with David Wyler in 2012.
The move saw Tinder acquire Humin’s technology and IP, as well as the majority of its leadership and members of the team.
The deal apparently came together after Tinder co-founder Sean Rad met the Humin founders at Web Summit in Dublin in November 2015.
And Jain, who worked alongside co-head of product and head of revenue Brian Norgard, is now said to be leaving the company on 2nd June, according to Business Insider.
The report says that after leaving Tinder, Jain is expected to work on his seed-stage venture fund Kairos Society Ventures, which he is the chairman of.
Check out Jain and Norgard speak about Tinder’s product strategy, its monetisation plan and Snapchat’s inspiration at Slush festival in Helsinki below.