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Poshmark announced Monday that Chief Financial Officer Anan Kashyap will step down after five years with the company. Kashyap will officially leave his role in August after Poshmark’s second-quarter 10-Q filing is completed, and will remain in an advisory role through the end of the year.
A seasoned financial executive, Kashyap was pivotal in Poshmark’s transformation from a private company to a publicly-traded one.
Kashyap first joined Poshmark in 2016 after two years working for Grubhub as VP of Strategic Finance, Investor Relations and Corporate Development. Before that, Kashyap led the internal execution through IPO as VP of Finance at KAYAK and worked for five years as VP of Internet and New Media Banking at Deutsche Bank.
“I’m very proud of the growth and success we’ve achieved in my time as CFO,” Kashyap said. “I’ve decided now is the right time for me to step back and help the company find the right CFO for the next stage of Poshmark’s growth as a public company.”
Poshmark said they are conducting both internal and external searches for Kashyap’s successor.
“On behalf of our entire team, I want to thank Anan for his leadership and contribution to Poshmark,” said Manish Chandra, Founder, and CEO of Poshmark. “Since joining the company nearly five years ago, Anan has helped to transform Poshmark from a small and pioneering private company to a NASDAQ-listed public company that’s leading the future of shopping. We wish him all the best in his future endeavors.”
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