Interxion CFO Josh Joshi resigns
Interxion chief financial officer Josh Joshi has notified the company that he has resigned due to personal reasons, effective as of 31 January 2018.
Interxion, the European provider of carrier and cloud-neutral colocation data centre services, has confirmed that Joshi will stay in his role until this date and it is looking for his replacement.
David Ruberg, Interxion’s CEO, commented: “I regret that Josh has decided to leave Interxion but I understand his reasons and would like to thank him for his support over the past decade. Josh has made significant contributions to the development and growth of Interxion and has helped create and deliver substantial value to all of our stakeholders during his years with the company.”
Joshi, who had been CFO of the company since 2007, said: “It has been a privilege to work with the extraordinary team at Interxion for the past decade. The travel and other time commitments required to contribute to the company’s success have been demanding; not only on me, but also on my family. I have made this decision now due to illness of a family member and the desire to spend more time with my family. This decision is made easier knowing that I leave Interxion in a strong position and with a dedicated and talented finance organisation that will continue to support and contribute to Interxion’s success in the future. I feel fortunate to have been part of the Interxion story.”
Only last month, BSO, the global Ethernet network, cloud and hosting provider, launched a new service that allows direct trading and market data access between the Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange (DGCX) and Interxion London.
Before joining Interxion Joshi was with TeleCity and, earlier, Storm Telecommunications in London.