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Isle of Man appoints enforcer

The Isle of Man Financial Supervision Commission has appointed Mark Taylor as its new head of enforcement.


Taylor, a former policemen with the Metropolitan and IOM constabularies, has spent the last eight years heading his own corporate investigations consultancy.


The consultancy specialises in collating evidence for national and international lawsuits.


FSC&#39s chief executive John Aspden says: &#34Mark&#39s considerable knowledge of criminal and commercial investigatory practice in the financial field means he will make a significant contribution to our team and further enhance the Isle of Man&#39s reputation as a well regulated offshore jurisdiction.&#34

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