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Sept 10 (Reuters) - Snap Inc, the parent of Snapchat messaging, said on Monday Chief Strategy Officer Imran Khan will step down, the latest top-level executive to exit the company.
Khan, 41, whose last day has not been determined, became the chief strategy officer in 2015. He was one of the highest paid Snap executives and was instrumental in taking the company public in March last year.
At the time of joining, Khan received stock worth about $145 million, according to media reports.
Khan said the departure is not related to any disagreements with Snap, the company said.
The company's finance head Andrew Vollero left in May and its vice president of monetization engineering, Stuart Bowers, quit to join Tesla Inc.
Snap said Khan would continue to serve as chief strategy office for an interim period. (Reporting by Akanksha Rana in Bengaluru; Editing by Sriraj Kalluvila)