Bermuda Monetary Authority (BMA) chairman Gerald Simons has now retired following nine years on the board, including six as chair.
BMA CEO Jeremy Cox will be Simons' replacement, serving as executive chair for three years.
“Serving on the board of the BMA has been an honour and a privilege. It gave me a unique perspective of financial services. I have been impressed by the dedication of the Board and the expertise and commitment of staff of the Authority at all levels,” said Simons.
Other departures from the BMA board include deputy chairs Allan Marshall and Peter Hardy, who served for six and three years, respectively.
Concurrently, the BMA has appointed Donald Scott, former secretary to the cabinet and head of civil service, and financial secretary, to the board as deputy chair.
In December 2018, James Newsome, former chairman of the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission and CEO of the New York Mercantile Exchange, and Francine Mason, a certified public accountant with two decades experience in Bermuda's trust sector, joined the BMA board.
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