Anguilla promotes trio at AFSC

22-09-2022

Anguilla promotes trio at AFSC

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The Anguilla Financial Services Commission has promoted three senior officers; Charo Richardson, Charonay Carty and Ojeda Vanterpool.

Richardson has been promoted to deputy director - supervision. She began her career at the Commission in April 2012 as regulator I in the Prudential Department. She was subsequently promoted to regulator II in July 2014 and then, to senior regulator in May 2017. In her current role, she has oversight responsibility for the insurance and credit union sectors. She holds Bachelor's degrees in Accounting and Human Resource Management and a Master's in Business Administration (MBA) from Lindenwood University as well as an Associate in Captive Insurance from the International Center for Captive Insurance Education (ICCIE).

Carty has been promoted to deputy director - supervision. She began her career at the Commission in April 2012 as regulator I in the Prudential Department. She was subsequently promoted to regulator II in January 2016 and then, to senior regulator in May 2017. In her current role, she has prudential supervisory responsibility for several sectors which include trust and corporate service providers, offshore banks, money services business, investment business (mutual funds) and utility token offering service providers.

Finally, Vanterpool has been promoted to head of AML/CFT compliance and enforcement. She began her career at the Commission in February 2015 as regulator I in the AML/CFT Department. She was subsequently promoted to regulator II in January 2018. In her current role, she has responsibility for ensuring compliance of the Commission’s licensees and registrants with the Financial Action Task Force recommendations and Anguilla’s AML/CFT legislation.

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