Report: Peter Klein to Step Down as Microsoft CFO in June

Peter Klein
Peter Klein

Peter Klein will leave Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) at the end of June after nearly three years of service as chief financial officer.

Klein spent 11 years at Microsoft and the software giant is expected to promote his successor within the coming weeks, Reuters reported Thursday.

Before becoming the company’s CFO, Klein served as corporate vice president and CFO of its business division, which includes the Office system, unified communications, business solutions and other businesses.

In that role, he was responsible for communicating to the investment community and for the division’s financial performance.

Klein also has served as CFO of the server and tools business group and held senior roles at McCaw Cellular Communications, private equity firm Orca Bay Capital and several startups before joining Microsoft.

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