Squareâ€™s general counsel Dana Wagner is stepping down from his role at the end of September after five years at the payments firm. The news comes via a regulatory filing.
As the companyâ€™s main lawyer Wagner took Square through its IPO in November 2015.
Wagner joined the payments company in 2011 having formerly worked as a Counsel and legal director at Google.
He does not have another job lined up but is reportedly taking time off.
Sydney Schaub and Sivan Whiteley, the companyâ€™s current associate general counsels, will become co-general counsels after Wagnerâ€™s departure.
He is the first top-tier exec to leave Square since its IPO.
The move follows a strong second quarter for the company that saw it beat Wall Streetâ€™s expectations to generate $439m in revenue, up 41% year on year.
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