The Isle of Man Treasury has appointed a new financial controller, with effect from next Monday
Clive McGreal, who has been working as the chief internal auditor for the last seven years, will take up his new post as the financial controller leading the Corporate Strategy Division from 9 October.
First joining the Island’s Treasury in 1992 as a forensic accountant in the Fraud Squad, which is now the Financial Crimes Unit, McGreal later became the senior accountant in the Budget and Financial Management Section, providing policy and financial advice to various government departments.
And the Isle of Man Treasury says McGreal has previously been involved in a number of “strategic financial initiatives” including the delegation of financial management to schools and structuring the commercial arrangements for the energy from waste plant.
McGreal says he is delighted to be leading the new corporate strategy division, but is under no illusions about the “immense challenges and complex projects” which lie ahead.
He adds: “I’m pleased to be joining such a professional and experienced team at the heart of the Treasury who are committed to their pivotal role in the delivery of the Budget and financial management strategy so essential to the continued economic prosperity of the Island.”
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