UK - The Isle of Man parliament, Tynwald, has made Donald Gelling chairman of the Insurance & Pensions Authority.
Gelling, who was previously the Island’s former chief minister and chairman of the Financial Supervision Commission, succeeds the late Norman Radcliffe in the role.
The Insurance & Pensions Authority is the regulator of insurance and pensions business on the island.
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