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Chief Executive announces plans to leave in late 2021

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The Chief Executive of the Isle of Man Financial Services Authority Karen Badgerow has announced that she will be leaving her post in the latter part of 2021. She has been with the Authority since its inception in November 2015 and was due to leave in 2022 at the end of a 7 year assignment.  In announcing her resignation Karen confirmed her keen desire to spend more time with her family back in Canada and to pursue some personal interests as the drivers for this decision.  Karen will work closely with the Chair (Lillian Boyle) and the Board of the Authority over the coming months to assist with the recruitment process and ensure a smooth transition to the new CEO.

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Abbreviation: IOMFSA
Jurisdiction: Isle of Man

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