Uber’s 2019 deadline to undertake an IPO is on the cards, after a three-year wait to appoint a CFO is complete.
Uber CFO Nelson Chai
Uber has filled its CFO role after a three-year hiatus, in a move that has pushed forward the possibility of the taxi-booking business undertaking an initial public offering (IPO).
Nelson Chai, who has held several senior financial roles in publicly listed financial services and insurance companies, joins the business. He was previously CEO of Chicago-based Warranty Group.
Previous CFO Brent Callinicos left Uber in 2015, while its ongoing top finance professional Prabir Adarkar left in July to join DoorDash as CFO.
“I’m incredibly excited to bring on someone as experienced and thoughtful as Nelson,” said Dara Khosrowshahi, Uber
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