The Wall Street Journal: SoFi’s top tech exec, and ex-CEO’s wife, to step down

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Social Finance Inc.’s top technology executive, who is also the wife of former Chief Executive Mike Cagney, plans to leave the firm.

June Ou has worked at SoFi since 2012 and most recently served as its chief technology officer and vice president of engineering. Her decision to resign follows the departure earlier this month of Cagney.

San Francisco-based SoFi, one of the fastest-growing online lending firms, has been grappling recently with executive turnover, as well as lawsuits and other accusations about its workplace culture.

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Ou will be the fourth senior SoFi executive to leave the firm in recent months. She plans to remain in her role until she and the company determine her exit date, a person familiar with the company said. Ou didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.

An expanded version of this report appears on WSJ.com.

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