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Condé Nast appoints Marks as CFO

March 23, 2021

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Jackie Marks

Condé Nast has named Jackie Marks as its new chief financial officer and she will be reporting to Condé Nast CEO Roger Lynch.

Her new role begins Mar. 29 and she succeeds former CFO Mike Goss.

Prior to joining Condé Nast, Marks served as CFO of Mercer, an asset management firm. Before that, she was with Thomson Reuters for more than 14 years, joining as a finance business partner, head of FP&A. She then became global head of finance, sales and trading.

She then served as CFO, Reuters News, and then became CFO, financial services technology and operations, before holding the post of CFO, enterprise technology and operations at the company.

Marks has also worked as an analyst at Private Equity and was an associate at Siemens Westinghouse.

Lynch said:

“Widely respected in the industry, Jackie has a deep understanding of company transformations like ours. Her expertise leading expansive and complex global organizations across many sectors, including media and journalism, will be a tremendous asset as we bring our teams around the world together in new ways.”

Marks added:

“Condé Nast’s portfolio of brands is unmatched in its influence, scope, and reach around the world. With Roger’s leadership and vision, there is so much opportunity ahead and I’m very much looking forward to being part of this team.”

Marks holds a Bachelor’s degree in finance and business management from the University of Central Florida – College of Business Administration.

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