Guernsey Finance appoints new Deputy Chief Executive
03 November 2021
Barnaby Molloy has been appointed as the new Deputy Chief Executive of Guernsey Finance, the promotional agency for Guernsey’s financial services sector.
Barnaby, who was previously Operations and Marketing Director, has been with the organisation for five years.
He has more than 15 years’ experience in marketing in financial services and gaming, specialising in digital marketing strategy and execution, governance, team leading and business development. He is a member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing and the Chartered Institute of Directors.
Barnaby said he was delighted to be promoted to the role, but highlighted his pride in the team at Guernsey Finance.
“I believe that the team we have now is fully aligned in both purpose and values, going into what is an undoubtedly challenging but incredibly exciting time in the promotional body’s history,” he said. “Guernsey’s strengths of expertise, stability, innovation and substance are more important than ever, in our role as one of the world’s leading finance centres.
“We’re very much looking forward to continuing our mission of promoting and connecting globally and with the recently approved resource from Government we look forward to sharing our message more widely than before.”
Guernsey Finance Chief Executive Rupert Pleasant said Barnaby’s promotion reflected his commitment to the organisation and added that it will strengthen the team.
“Barnaby’s promotion is very well deserved. He is a valued member of the team and brings extensive knowledge and expertise, as well as a can-do attitude, to the role. The whole team is thrilled to congratulate him at this exciting time for Guernsey Finance.”
Guernsey Finance Chairman, Deputy Lyndon Trott, said: “Barnaby’s appointment is welcomed by all on the Board of Guernsey Finance LBG. He is a well-liked and respected member of Guernsey’s financial services community with a strong track record and ongoing commitment to helping and assuring that Guernsey’s primary employment sector and economic driver continues to flourish.”Back to News
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