Chief Operating Officer steps down after five years - 15 November 2019
After more than five years in the role, Mike Jeacock has decided to step down as Chief Operating Officer of the Jersey Financial Services Commission (JFSC) to take up a new opportunity in the UK.
Mike joined the JFSC in June 2014 to lead the organisation’s change programme and oversee operations. He was also hugely influential in developing the JFSC’s corporate social responsibility initiatives and activities. He has returned to the UK to be with his family and will start his new role in the New Year.
Martin Moloney, JFSC Director General, commented:
“On behalf of the organisation and the Board of Commissioners, I would like to thank Mike for his contribution and commitment to the JFSC over these past five years. He oversaw significant changes to the organisation’s operations and culture, while laying some of the foundations we need to continue to move forward. We wish him all the best for his future endeavours.”
Following Mike’s departure, John Gavey joins the JFSC as interim Chief Operating Officer. John was previously Chief Operating Officer at Aztec for five years. Prior to that he was a Director at State Street and an Associate Director at Mourant International Finance Administration.