DELVE Announces Appointment of Arash Aminpour as Chief Legal Officer

March 16, 2022

BOULDER, Colo., March 10, 2022 — DELVE, the measurement-first advertising consultancy that empowers marketers with the intelligence of their own data, announced today that Arash Aminpour has joined the company as Chief Legal Officer. In this newly created role, Aminpour will be responsible for all legal, compliance, and administrative affairs at DELVE, as well as developing internal company policies for the rapidly growing global company. Aminpour will report directly to DELVE’s Founder, CEO & Chairman of the Board, Greg Sobiech, and will lead the company’s legal and administrative functions.

Aminpour brings years of expertise in senior legal and advisory roles at public and private companies across multiple industries. Throughout his career, Aminpour has been integral in building and leading high-performing teams while driving the effective oversight of legal, tax, and executive compensation matters for both established and emerging growth organizations.

“We are pleased to welcome Arash to DELVE’s leadership team,” said Sobiech. “Arash’s strategic approach, legal knowledge, and deep insights into a wide range of governance and compliance-related matters will be significant assets to our organization.”

“I look forward to partnering with the global DELVE team during this exciting period of transformation and growth,” said Aminpour. “DELVE has developed a winning culture and an impressive roster of visionary clients, which I’m excited to help lead and support in the years ahead.”

Previously, Aminpour represented public corporations, private companies, and private equity funds on the Executive Compensation and Federal & International Tax aspects of M&A transactions. He frequently counseled clients on executive compensation planning and design, management incentive arrangements, and domestic and cross-border tax structuring matters.

Aminpour earned an LL.M. in Taxation from Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law and Doctor of Law from Emory University School of Law. Prior to attending law school, he served in the United States Army.