Realogy CFO to retire

by Francis Monfort05 Nov 2018

Realogy Holdings has announced that Anthony Hull will retire from his roles as executive vice president, CFO, and treasurer effective Nov. 5.

Hull is a 15-year veteran of Realogy and its former parent organization. He will remain employed and serve as a senior advisor to CEO and President Ryan Schneider until March 31.

As part of the transition, Realogy's board appointed Timothy Gustavson as interim CFO and treasurer, effective Nov. 5. These roles will be in addition to his duties as senior vice president, chief accounting officer, and corporate controller.

Realogy is retaining an executive recruitment firm to begin the CFO search.

"Tony has had a tremendous positive impact on Realogy over the past 15 years," Schneider said. "He has helped Realogy navigate through both market booms and downturns, including the Great Recession. He led Realogy's successful 2012 IPO, and since then has guided Realogy as a public company. He has been a strategic and valued partner to our business leaders, and I appreciate his supporting my own recent transition as CEO. Tony leaves Realogy with a strong balance sheet and a deep bench of financial talent. I am grateful that he has agreed to continue with the company as a senior advisor to ensure a smooth transition."

"It has been a privilege to work with a standout team of leaders throughout my tenure at Realogy, and the decision to step away from my role during this time of exciting change at the company did not come without much thought and contemplation," Hull said. "However, I believe the time is right. Realogy is well positioned for the future, and I am fully confident in the capable leadership of Ryan, Tim, and my entire organization to help guide the company through its next chapter of growth and evolution."


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