JT has appointed a new Chief Financial Officer, who will be taking a position on the Group Board and the Executive Committee.
Hélène Narcy will take over from John Kent, who is retiring after serving in the role since 2012.
Ms Narcy joined JT in July 2019 after ten years working for UBS in Jersey and the US.
She described the new role as "a challenge I am really looking forward to", adding: “Telecommunications is a fast-moving, dynamic sector and providing innovative products and services is so important to all islanders. It is great to be working in this industry again, and to be able to add value to JT’s operations in the Channel Islands, and across the world.”
Graeme Millar, JT’s Chief Executive Officer, said he was delighted to welcome Ms Narcy to JT.
"Her knowledge, skills and experience will really help us to take the business forward, applying the most exacting international financial standards," he added
“I would also like to thank John Kent, whose vast experience and strategic thinking has played a significant part in the success of the JT story for nearly a decade.
“JT’s purpose is to enable our customers’ connected lives, and Hélène will help us to achieve that throughout challenging times for individuals and businesses, and to play our part in facilitating the Channel Islands’ recovery.”
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