Evan Koch serves as Vice President of Corporate Financial Planning and Analysis. In this role, he develops the long-term plans for Comcast to meet its enterprise financial goals and assesses the performance of Comcast’s businesses and investments.
Since joining Comcast in 2006, Evan has held multiple roles spanning the company’s strategy, finance, and business development organizations. Immediately before joining the Corporate FP&A organization, Evan served as the financial leader for the cable investment portfolio, driving enterprise prioritization of key growth and business innovation projects. Prior to that position, Evan was instrumental in the conception and launch of both Internet Essentials and Xfinity Prepaid – and served as head of strategy and development during the initial creation of Xfinity Mobile.
Prior to joining Comcast, Evan founded and ran an independent record label, where he oversaw the production of multiple critically acclaimed albums. He previously advised electricity companies on power plant investment decisions as an analyst at The NorthBridge Group. Evan earned his MBA in Finance and Marketing from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Dartmouth College.