Tuesday 12 November 2019
Select a region

Local IoD winners make national shortlist

Local IoD winners make national shortlist

Wednesday 04 September 2019

Local IoD winners make national shortlist


Seven local directors have made the shortlist for the national IoD Director of the Year awards, after winning in their respective categories in the local awards.

The awards are designed to recognise and celebrate the exceptional achievements of individuals at director level within private, public and voluntary organisations across Britain.

The Jersey shortlisted directors are: 

  • Director of the Year – CSR: Chris van den Berg, Director, PwC Channel Islands
  • Director of the Year – International: Tim Brown, CEO, Jersey Post
  • Director of the Year – Large: Andrew McLaughlin, CEO, RBS International
  • Director of the Year – Public Sector: Tony Moretta, CEO, Digital Jersey
  • Director of the Year – Start-Up: Tom Hacquoil, CEO, Pinpoint
  • Director of the Year – Third Sector: Dina Cook, COO, Wetwheels Jersey
  • Director of the Year – Young: Natalie Passmore, FD, Jersey Water 

Lisa Springate, IoD Jersey Chair, commented: "We are very proud to see all seven of our winning directors making the shortlist for the national awards. It’s a tremendous accolade to get shortlisted and its testament to the fantastic leadership that thrives in Jersey.

"It’s particularly pertinent in times of such unprecedented political uncertainty and change that we have this inspiration and such a sign of strength from our business community. I wish them all great success at the Awards in London."

The winners of the IoD Director of the Year Awards will be announced in London on 18 October.

Sign up to newsletter

 

Comments

Comments on this story express the views of the commentator only, not Bailiwick Publishing. We are unable to guarantee the accuracy of any of those comments.

Once your comment has been submitted, it won’t appear immediately. There is no need to submit it more than once. Comments are published at the discretion of Bailiwick Publishing, and will include your username.

There are no comments for this article.

To place a comment please login

You have landed on the Bailiwick Express website, however it appears you are based in . Would you like to stay on the site, or visit the site?