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Gibraltar appoints new finance centre director

Gibraltar has appointed James Tipping as its new Finance Centre Director with effect from October 1.


Tipping succeeds Anthony Fisher, who has completed a two year secondment from KPMG.


A Gibraltarian, Tipping has 13 years experience in international financial markets having been based in London, New York and Latin America.


He will hold the position for a three year term.


Gibraltar minister for Trade and Industry Peter Montegriffo says: &#34After a comprehensive international search, I am delighted to be able to announce James Tipping&#39s appointment to take the finance centre on to its next stage of development.


&#34Gibraltar has been established as a quality finance centre with the highest standards of regulation and it has already made a major contribution to the growth of business in the financial sector.&#34

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