StubHub, the world’s largest ticket marketplace, has appointed Greg Mrva chief financial officer. Greg brings more than two decades of finance and operating experience at leading investment banking and Internet companies and was most recently managing director of Global Internet Banking at Morgan Stanley, where he led a team responsible for providing advice and execution on capital markets and strategic transactions to leading consumer Internet businesses.
“We are thrilled that Greg has joined the StubHub leadership team,” said Sukhinder Singh Cassidy, president, StubHub. “As we continue to grow domestically and expand our international business, Greg’s track record as a strong financial operator and strategic advisor will make him a valued partner.”
Greg is based in StubHub’s San Francisco headquarters, reporting to StubHub President Sukhinder Singh Cassidy and eBay Chief Financial Officer Scott Schenkel. He sits on both the StubHub and eBay Finance leadership teams and is responsible for StubHub financial planning, accounting, analysis, operations, management, and strategy. Greg will share responsibility for setting strategic direction of the business, including oversight of StubHub’s acquisitions team.
Prior to Morgan Stanley, Greg was the global head of Internet investment banking for Barclays. Previously, Greg was vice president of Mergers and Acquisitions at Yahoo!, and he also was vice president of corporate development at Mpath Interactive. Earlier in his career, Greg worked at Texas Pacific Group, Montgomery Securities and Goldman Sachs in a variety of private investing and investment banking roles.
Greg received a J.D. from Harvard Law School, where he graduated magna cum laude, and a bachelor of arts in History and Economics, with highest distinction, from the University of Virginia. He previously served on the board of directors of Citadel Broadcasting and GMarket in Korea.