Arbitron, an international media and marketing research firm, has announced that chief financial officer (CFO) Richard Surratt will be leaving the company for personal reasons. Surratt will continue as CFO through 11 May 2012 and will remain as an employee of the company through 8 June 2012.
Sean Creamer, in addition to his current responsibilities as executive vice president (EVP), chief operating officer (COO), will take on the role of interim CFO upon Surratt’s resignation. Creamer was EVP, CFO of Arbitron from November 2005 through February 2011. He was named EVP, COO in August 2011.
Arbitron has engaged the firm of Crist Kolder Associates to conduct the search for a new CFO.
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