General Indian CFO resigned to join the financial technology start-up company, stripe

General Motors announced on Tuesday that its chief financial officer, tiffya suadewala, will leave his post after nearly two years in office to join the nine-year-old financial technology start-up stripe, depriving it of a rising career star and one of the few female executives in the U.S. auto industry. < p > < p > suyadewala graduated from Harvard Business School, joined GM in 2005, and became CFO in September 2018, becoming the first female CFO in the company’s history. Now 41, she is one of the youngest executives in the leadership team of GM CEO Mary Barbara. Strip is the most valuable start-up company in the United States. In April this year, it just completed a $600 million round of financing, bringing its valuation to $36 billion. The company has been in a growth pattern during the new global outbreak and expanded to five new European markets in May. This rapid growth and overvalue make people look forward to its listing prospects. Hiring a good CFO is usually one of the measures a company takes when preparing for an IPO, but the company denies it is preparing to go public. Iqoo5 series debut strength interpretation of “120 super full mark flagship”