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Multiple promotions at TISE following record-breaking year

Multiple promotions at TISE following record-breaking year

Friday 14 January 2022

Multiple promotions at TISE following record-breaking year

Friday 14 January 2022

The International Stock Exchange (TISE) has made several promotions after a successful year in 2021.

In total, there have been nine promotions at TISE. It has also made one long service award.

TISE currently has 36 employees operating from Dublin, Guernsey, the Isle of Man, Jersey and London.

Cees Vermaas, Chief Executive, said: “These promotions and the long service award are richly deserved. They reflect the dedication and expertise of our team who have all contributed so significantly to the growth and development of the business during what has been a very successful year for us at TISE.” 

James Robert has been promoted to Senior Marketing & Communications Manager. Emily Wilson is now Assistant Compliance Officer. And Jersey-based Morgan Jones has been promoted to Analyst in the Markets and Products Department.

Within the Market Regulation Department, Adrian D’Arcy and Joe Graves have been promoted to Senior Analyst. Louise Hewlett and Ashleigh Burtenshaw have been promoted to Senior Analyst in the Listings Department. And Alex de Ritis and Vaughn Botes have been promoted to Analyst.

Cameron Craine, Senior Manager in the Listings Department, celebrated ten years’ service with TISE.  

Laura Cornelius, Head of Human Resources, said: “I’m delighted that these employees have been rewarded for their hard work with promotions and a long service award, which demonstrate the clear benefits of having a specific career development framework for all our staff. 

“This group embodies our shared values at TISE of being responsible, innovative and connected and in doing so has helped us achieve such significant success in 2021.” 

TISE last year broke their previous yearly record for new securities listed.

Pictured (top): Newly-promoted staff at TISE.

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