The Facebook-rival Snap must cope with within a year, the second resignation of a CFO. The share of the Snapchat-operator declined greatly and fell on Wednesday by more than ten percent. Some analysts referred to the departure of Tim Stone, who was responsible for since may, the finances of the group, as “clearly negative.”

“The loss of such a high-level Manager to do it for Snap even harder to find good managers and to be competitive,” said Analyst Jonathan Kees from the trading house Summit Insights. In the past year, the organization received numerous Manager is lost, because it falls to Snap harder and harder to survive against the increasing competition of the Facebook belonging to the Social Media company Instagram.

Snap has lost since the IPO in New York about two years ago, approximately 65 per cent of market value.

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