Paul Lalljie, Chief Financial Officer Retires from Neustar
Lalljie was Instrumental in Leading Neustar Through IPO and Going Private
Neustar, Inc., a trusted, neutral provider of real-time information services, today announced that long time Chief Financial Officer, Paul Lalljie, will retire from the Company on October 23. Paul Lalljie’s financial and business leadership was crucial in leading Neustar through its public offering and a go private deal.
Lisa Hook, CEO and President, Neustar said: “I have had the great fortune of working with one of the industry’s most astute financial minds for nearly 10 years. Paul’s broad financial expertise spans every type of capital markets transaction from going public to going private and everything in between. During his tenure at Neustar, he led the company through 19 acquisitions, six share re-purchases for $1.2 billion, five rounds of financing and most recently, the acquisition by Golden Gate Capital.”
“Over the years, I had the distinct pleasure of working with a team of passionate people dedicated to transforming Neustar into a leader in information services,” said Paul Lalljie. “It has been one of the most gratifying and inspirational experiences of my career. I have no doubt that Lisa and the rest of the team are well positioned for the future and will continue to capitalize on the positive market momentum.”
Paul Lalljie started his career with Neustar in 2000 and has served in a variety of roles, including Vice President, Financial Planning and Treasurer. During his tenure as CFO, he oversaw all global finance functions, including treasury, accounting, financial planning and analysis, real estate management and investor relations. His expertise is also widely recognized in the industry – The Northern Virginia Technology Council voted him “CFO of the Year” in 2012. A search for a new Chief Financial Officer is currently underway.