September 29, 2020

Palo Alto, CA  (MarketWire) September 29, 2020) – FLG Partners today announced the election of Jennifer Cho and Ron Fior as partners in the firm.

“We are delighted that Jennifer and Ron have joined FLG,” said Laureen DeBuono, Managing Partner of FLG. “Jennifer’s extensive financial and operational experience in consumer products, entertainment and digital media extends FLG’s reach beyond our core expertise in technology and life sciences, and establishes a partner presence in Southern California. Ron’s deep experience in technology, SaaS, and M&A in Silicon Valley further cements our position as the leader in CFO solutions and CEO and Board advisory services in the Western United States.”

Ms. Cho is located in the Los Angeles Metro Area. “I am excited to be part of such a strong team at FLG,” she added. “The firm is renowned for its capabilities and brand, and I’m looking forward to expanding the firm’s service offering within consumer products, entertainment and digital media, and in Southern California.”

Recently, Jennifer was the CFO & EVP at Otter Media, where she led the integration of Otter portfolio companies into a division of WarnerMedia.  Formerly, Jennifer was SVP & CFO of AT&T Entertainment Group – Technology Operations and Strategy, following the acquisition of DIRECTV by AT&T.  Prior to that, she was the Treasurer and SVP of Corporate Development at DIRECTV, where she led the merger integration planning.  Previously, she was the CFO of Gap Brand North America Division within Gap Inc.   Earlier, she was Managing Director at KeyBanc Capital Markets and Vice President at BNP Paribas, San Francisco, in the technology sector.

Mr Fior is located in Silicon Valley. “I am very pleased to join the experienced team at FLG,” he added. “Their reputation is unrivalled, and the opportunity to use my skills to help clients is very exciting.” Ron was most recently CFO of Quotient Technology (NASDAQ: QUOT), a CPG digital commerce marketing solution provider, where he managed all finance, corporate development, accounting, taxation, facility, human resources, and information technology matters. Prior to that he was the CFO at Good Technology, where he managed its sale to Blackberry. Previously, he was CFO at Callidus Software, where he lead the company from early stages  through its IPO, CFO at Ingenuity Systems, and CFO at Remedy Corporation, where he led the negotiation and sale of the company for over $1 billion.

Full press release is here.