Shutterfly, Inc. (NASDAQ:SFLY), a leading Internet-based social expression and personal publishing service, today announced that it has appointed Brian Regan as chief financial officer. Regan will begin his role at Shutterfly on August 20, 2012.
Shutterfly, Inc., a leading Internet-based social expression and personal publishing service, today announced that it has appointed Brian Regan as chief financial officer. Regan will begin his role at Shutterfly on August 20, 2012. (Photo: Business Wire)Regan brings many years of executive experience from high growth companies in the Internet sector to Shutterfly's chief financial officer position. At Shutterfly, Regan will be responsible for managing all financial activities, including strategic planning, financial planning and analysis, investor relations, customer insights and analysis, mergers and acquisitions, accounting and legal. "Brian is a very strong addition to our experienced management team at Shutterfly," said Jeffrey Housenbold, Shutterfly's president and chief executive officer. "He is a seasoned and well-respected executive and has a deep knowledge of building and leading world class organizations." Regan joins Shutterfly from Wize Commerce / Nextag, where he served as chief financial officer of the global digital marketing and online commerce leader. Previously, he was executive vice president and chief financial officer at Ticketmaster Entertainment, where Regan led global financial operations for the world’s leading live entertainment ticketing and artist management company in 20 global markets, generating approximately $1.5 billion in revenue and more than $250 million in EBITDA. At Ticketmaster, Regan provided operational, strategic and financial leadership to the senior executive team across all business units as a public company until its merger with Live Nation Entertainment. Prior to Ticketmaster, Regan held senior leadership positions at Expedia, Inc., where he last served as senior vice president of finance for its North American businesses, including Expedia.com, Hotels.com and Hotwire. He also held a variety of financial roles at LendingTree, from its start-up phase through its initial public offering and eventual sale to IAC.