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Sirius XM has appointed Thomas Barry, who currently serves as Senior Vice President and Controller, as the Company’s Chief Financial Officer. Barry succeeds Sean Sullivan, who’s stepping down from the role of CFO to pursue another opportunity at a publicly traded company outside the industry.
Sullivan’s transition will be effective April 28th, following the release of SiriusXM’s first quarter 2023 earnings and its quarterly earnings call.
Since 2009 Barry has served as the Senior Vice President and Controller of SiriusXM and as the Chief Accounting Officer. Mr. Barry played an integral role in guiding the post-merger integration of Sirius and XM and subsequent acquisitions, including Pandora and the Connected Vehicle Business.
Jennifer Witz, CEO of SiriusXM said, “Tom is an experienced leader who has played a key role on SiriusXM’s finance team for the last fourteen years and we are confident he is the right person to serve as our next CFO. Tom has deep insight into our business and SiriusXM’s strategic, operating and financial priorities, and I look forward to working closely with him as we execute our strategy to drive profitable growth and generate returns for our stockholders.”
Barry said, “I am honored to take on this role and build upon SiriusXM’s strong financial foundation and leadership in audio entertainment. I’m excited to continue to work with Jennifer and the rest of the executive leadership to ensure that we are well positioned to capture the opportunities in front of us as we grow our business while creating value for our stockholders, subscribers and team.”