Rogers Communications Inc. says chief financial officer Tony Staffieri has left the company.
It said Staffieri’s departure was effective Wednesday. Senior vice-president Paulina Molnar has been appointed as interim CFO.
The company did not provide a reason for Staffieri’s departure.
Rogers CEO Joe Natale said Staffieri upheld the company’s financial integrity through his nearly 10 years as CFO.
The company said Molnar will take on the interim position after 16 years with Rogers and 26 years in the industry.
Rogers is expected to report its third-quarter financial results on Oct. 21.
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