Yeti Holdings, Inc. announced the resignation of its chief financial officer, Paul Carbone, effective October 28, 2022. Carbone is returning to Boston to pursue a business opportunity and be closer to family.

“Paul has made an indelible contribution to the organization during his tenure and was instrumental in guiding Yeti through our initial public offering in 2018,” said Matt Reintjes, president & CEO, Yeti. “On behalf of the Board of Directors and our entire team, I want to thank Paul for his successful leadership as CFO for our first four years as a public company, and I wish Paul and his family all the best on their next adventure.”

Carbone commented, “I’m incredibly proud of the work we’ve done since I joined Yeti in 2018, transitioning from a private entity to an established public company. It has been an honor to work alongside such a dedicated and talented team. I look forward to a smooth transition over the next five weeks and know Yeti is well-positioned for the future.”

Yeti and its Board have started the search for Carbone’s replacement, and he is actively supporting the transition before his departure.