Match Group (NASDAQ:MTCH) has announced its revamped leadership team under CEO Bernard Kim, the former Zynga president who took over in Q2 last year for Shar Dubey.
The group will oversee four key businesses at Match: Tinder, Hinge, Asia and Evergreen & Emerging.
Gary Swidler, previously serving as chief operating officer and chief financial officer, will become president/CFO.
And Will Wu is joining Match Group as its chief technology officer, a newly created role that will oversee product innovation companywide. He most recently served as VP of Product at Snap.
Taking over Match Group Asia is Malgosia Green, previously CEO of Plenty of Fish, and who will have oversight of Pairs, Hyperconnect, and Asia go-to-market operations.
Evergreen & Emerging brands will encapsulate Match, Meetic, Plenty of Fish and OkCupid along with emerging brands like The League, BLK, and Chispa; Hesam Hosseini will become that group’s CEO.
As for Hinge’s explosive group, its founder and CEO Justin McLeod will report directly to Kim, and Kim will continue serving as interim CEO of Tinder.
The appointments are effectively immediately, except for Wu, who joins at the end of Q1.
The stock is down 2.4% after hours, after pulling off a 2.5% gain during the regular session; earlier, Citi initiated coverage of the company at Neutral.