Guernsey Finance chief exec to step down next year

Guernsey Finance’s chief executive Dominic Wheatley is to step down in June next year following five years in the role.

He said: “The time has come to make way for new leadership to take Guernsey and Guernsey Finance forward and maintain their success into the future”.

The recruitment process for his successor will begin in January.

Chairman Lyndon Trott said: “We move forward from a positive base with a strong team and strategy established, and on the back of very positive outcomes during 2019.”

“I shall be focused on recruiting the very best successor to work with the board to set and deliver the strategy for our collective future success as a specialist finance centre

Trott also said he will focus on finding the “very best” successor, working closely with the board to deliver Guernsey Finance’s strategy for the future.

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