Sirius XM Holdings Inc.

named a new chief financial officer Tuesday as its current one plans to depart for a role outside the industry. Thomas D. Barry, Sirius XM’s senior vice president and controller, will take over as CFO April 28, following the company’s first-quarter earnings call. He’ll succeed Sean Sullivan, who is stepping down to take an opportunity at a publicly traded company in a different industry. “Tom is an experienced leader who has played a key role on SiriusXM’s finance team for the last fourteen years and we are confident he is the right person to serve as our next CFO,” Chief Executive Jennifer Witz said. The company reaffirmed its prior 2023 outlook that was issued Feb. 2.

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