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Head of Locate Guernsey resigns
21/04/2017 , Will Sidery,

Locate Guernsey – the Channel Island’s government’s residency promotional body – is on the look out for a new head following the resignation of incumbent Richard Le Tocq who is returning to the private sector in a new role at insurance management, fiduciary and financial advisory firm, Robus Group.

Returning to the insurance sector after taking on the role at Locate Guernsey at the end of 2015, Mr Le Tocq, who will become chief executive at the insurance group, said that although he “wasn’t looking to move,” the new role was “a great opportunity.”

Mr Le Tocq said that he was exiting Locate Guernsey with it “in a really strong position to take to the next level” and that “a lot of the hard work is done.”

“As a team I think we have built a really successful brand so far and I think that’s going to continue…I will be incredibly sad to leave the project behind but I have enjoyed it.” he said.

Andrew Carey, interim head of Locate Guernsey, told eprivateclient, thewealthnet's sister publication: “We are very grateful for the work that Richard has contributed to Locate Guernsey over the past year. 

“In that time, the team have established the brand, raised awareness of the service and created a solid platform upon which to build. We wish Richard the best of luck in all his future endeavours.”

Mr Le Tocq will step down at the end of May. Locate Guernsey is currently is on the look out for a new head for a fixed 18 month term until the end of 2018.

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