Three workers at the Guernsey-based International Stock Exchange’s regulatory arm, TISEA, have been promoted.
Ben Snook has been appointed Senior Manager in the Listings Admissions Department. He joined the Exchange in 2015 and has over 10 years’ experience in the finance sector, including having previously worked at a firm which acted as sponsor to listings on the Exchange.
Kyle Campbell has been promoted to the position of Senior Analyst in the Risk, Regulation and Compliance Department. He joined the Exchange in November 2016 having previously worked in compliance-based roles within the funds and fiduciary sectors. Kyle holds the International Diploma in Governance, Risk and Compliance, the Specialist Certificate in Corporate Governance and is a Certified General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Practitioner.
Dan Hill has been appointed an Analyst in the Listings Admissions Department. He joined the Exchange in August 2016 having graduated with a 2:1 in Sports Science from Swansea University. He played rugby for Swansea University Rugby Club, gained representative honours for Wales Students and now is part of the successful Guernsey Raiders. Dan is currently studying towards his next CISI qualification, the Level 3 in Capital Markets.
Mark Nicol, Managing Director of TISEA, said: “I am extremely pleased for Ben, Kyle and Dan who have been working impressively on a consistent basis. Their efforts have contributed towards the growth of our business and development of our regulatory environment at TISE. This has generated changes to role profiles and responsibilities and I’m pleased we have the internal calibre to help drive our exciting journey forward. I am looking forward to working with them and the rest of the team at TISEA as we continue to build on our successes to date.”
Fiona Le Poidevin, CEO of TISEA’s parent company, The International Stock Exchange Group Limited (TISEG), said: “Ben, Kyle and Dan richly deserve their promotions, which demonstrate the different career pathways that are available at TISE. I would like to thank them and the rest of the team across the Exchange for their contributions to making last year such a success and I look forward to further developing the business in 2018.”