Identiv Appoints Brian Nelson VP Business Strategy; Steve Finney, Identiv VP Finance, to Serve as Acting CFO

FREMONT, Calif., November 19, 2015 — Identiv, Inc. (NASDAQ: INVE) today announced that effective November 18, 2015, Brian Nelson, Identiv Chief Financial Officer, has been appointed Vice President of Business Strategy and will no longer serve as the Company’s CFO. In his new role, Mr. Nelson is expected to focus on cost optimization across the Company and other strategic initiatives.

“Over the past two years, Brian has been an integral part of Identiv’s transformation from a group of disparate, small companies to the singular-focused identity technology leader,” said Steve Humphreys, Identiv Chief Executive Officer. “Brian will now lead our focused efforts on balancing our cost structure with our strategic vision.”

Steve Finney, Identiv VP Finance, has been appointed as acting Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Finney has been with the Company since February 2013, is a chartered accountant, and is located in the Company’s Orange County, Calif. offices. Mr. Nelson and Mr. Finney will both report to Mr. Humphreys.

The company has initiated a search for a new chief financial officer.

About Identiv
Identiv is a global security technology company that establishes identity in the connected world, including premises, information, and everyday items. CIOs, CSOs, and product departments rely upon Identiv’s trusted identity solutions to reduce risk, achieve compliance, and protect brand identity. Identiv’s trust solutions are implemented using standards-driven products and technology, such as digital certificates, trusted authentication, mobility, and cloud services. For more information, visit

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