The Commission has announced the appointment of Emma Bailey as the new Director of the Investment Supervision and Policy Division. She will take up her new role in August when the current Director, Carl Rosumek, leaves the Commission.
William Mason, Director General, said “I am very pleased that we have been able to appoint Emma to this very important position which follows a rigorous internal selection process, with a number of able candidates applying for the role.”
Speaking about her appointment, Mrs Bailey said “I am delighted to have been given this opportunity and I am looking forward to the challenges that the new role offers. I am confident that, with the support of my colleagues across the Commission and especially those within the Investment Supervision and Policy Division, together we can continue to deliver outcomes which have the best interests of the Bailiwick at heart”.
Carl Rosumek, the Division’s current Director said “Emma’s experience within the Division and her previous involvement in important policy areas such as developing the island’s approach to the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD), will be invaluable to both the Commission and to industry”.
Mrs Bailey joined the Commission in March 2002 as a senior analyst in the Investment Business Division and was subsequently promoted to Assistant Director in December 2005. She was appointed as Deputy Director in April 2011.