DigitalBridge Announces Key Senior Management Appointments to Continue Meeting Accelerated Global Expansion of Digital Infrastructure
Geoffrey Goldschein Appointed Chief Legal Officer and Company Secretary
Francisco Sorrentino Joins Firm as
Stephen Stryker Joins Firm as Chief Information Officer
Justin Chang Promoted to Senior Managing Director, Head of
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The leadership appointments and promotions include:
Geoffrey Goldschein, who previously served as Managing Director and General Counsel of DBRG’s Investment Management division, has been appointed as Chief Legal Officer and Company Secretary. In his new role, Mr. Goldscheinwill lead DigitalBridge’s legal function, providing strategic guidance and ensuring compliance with regulatory frameworks in countries where DigitalBridgeoperates. Mr. Goldscheinbrings twenty years of experience advising on fund formations, U.S.securities laws, portfolio company acquisitions and divestitures, and other material portfolio company matters.
Francisco Sorrentinohas joined DigitalBridgeas Chief People Officer. Mr. Sorrentinobrings a wealth of experience in talent acquisition, organizational development and employee engagement. With over two decades of experience, Mr. Sorrentinopreviously served as Chief Human Resources Officer and Operating Partner at Softbank Group, where he established the internal HR function and Human Capital practice to support portfolio companies. He also directed the Human Resources division for Microsoft in Latin Americaand led the Organizational Effectiveness practice at AIG during the post-2008 financial crisis. During his 17 years at IBM, he held various leadership positions. In his new role, Mr. Sorrentinowill drive organizational effectiveness, implement a comprehensive People strategy, and attract top talent to support DigitalBridge'sgrowth and reputation as an employer of choice.
Stephen Strykerhas joined DigitalBridgeas Chief Information Officer, succeeding Mark Serwinowski, who will be retiring. Mr. Strykerbrings a depth of knowledge and expertise in technology infrastructure and digital transformation, having most recently served as Chief Technology Officer at Värde Partners for over five years. In his new role, he will oversee the company's information technology strategy, including cybersecurity, infrastructure, software engineering and data management to enhance operational efficiency and support DigitalBridge'sglobal expansion plans.
Justin Chang, who has led DigitalBridge’s expansion into the Asia Pacificregion as Managing Director, Head of Asia, has been promoted to the role of Senior Managing Director. Mr. Changhas played a pivotal role in establishing and growing DigitalBridge'spresence in the Asia-Pacificmarkets. In his expanded role, he will continue to spearhead the company's strategic initiatives across the APAC region, driving business growth and developing strategic partnerships.
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