Uber Technologies Inc.'s first European negotiator withdraws from his role, the latest in a series of management changes at ride-hoiling service.
The US company announced Wednesday that Fraser Robinson would step down as chief executive for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), but would continue to play the role of Senior consultant of the company.
Robinson oversaw Uber by raising $ 3.5 billion from Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund in 2016.
"After more than three exceptional years as Uber's EMEA Business Manager, Mr. Fraser has decided to step down from his extremely demanding and travel-oriented role to be appointed Senior Advisor." Uber, "said a spokeswoman. a statement, confirming a report in the Financial Times newspaper.