GameStop is easily one of the most fascinating companies in the entertainment space. Whether it’s GME headlining the biggest financial news stories or the latest moves as the company adapts to the more internet-driven retailing landscape, there’s always something worth talking about in the realm of GameStop. Such relevance has created a lot of intrigue around the people actually calling the shots at GameStop HQ. With that, let’s take a closer look at the CFO over at GameStop.
Last updated on July 27, 2023 at 7:18 p.m. PT.
Who is the GameStop CFO?
On July 27, 2023, GameStop announced that Diana Jajeh will be resigning from her role as CFO on August 11, 2023. At that point, the company will be appointing Daniel Moore as its Principal Accounting Officer and interim Principal Financial Officer.
Previously, Diana Jajeh was appointed to the role in July 2022, Jajeh moved from the company's Chief Administrative Officer position to CFO to replace Mike Recupero. GameStop’s investor page provides a brief overview for Jajeh and her career.
Before Jajeh and Recupero, Jim Bell served as both CFO and executive vice president at the company. The company thanked him for his contributions following his resignation, but stated that it was looking for someone to help with the company’s “transformation” in its search for a replacement.
Diana Jajeh will be resigning from her role as the Chief Financial Officer at GameStop on August 11, 2023. On the same date, Daniel Moore will be appointed GameStop's Principal Accounting Officer and interim Principal Financial Officer. Diana Jajeh was one of the guiding voices behind the retailer, along with executive chairman Ryan Cohen.