Anthony Noto, the former Goldman Sachs banker who worked on Twitter’s IPO, has been recruited as the social network’s chief financial officer.
The 46 year-old replaces Mike Gupta, who becomes senior vice president of strategic investments in a reshuffle designed to allay fears caused by a slowdown in user growth.
Both execs announced their moves on Twitter along with CEO Dick Costolo.
Noto and Gupta will take up the new roles within 30 days, according to regulatory filings, with Noto picking up a salary of $250,000 and stock options vesting over four years.
Chief operating officer and former CFO Ali Rowghani departed the company at the beginning June.