Tenet Group has appointed Caroline Bradley group risk and regulatory director to replace departing group regulatory director, Mike O'Brien.
Bradley (pictured), who joined Tenet in 2012 and has more than 25 years' experience in the financial services sector, currently holds the role of group finance and risk director.
As a consequence of the switch in Bradley's roles, Tenet is in the process of recruiting a new group financial director. She is scheduled to move in a phased transition to coincide with O'Brien's departure, which is expected to be 30 June.
O'Brien resigned from Tenet in April to take up a role at insurance and employee benefits firm Jardine Lloyd Thompson.
Tenet Group chief executive Martin Greenwood said: "I am delighted to announce that Caroline has agreed to accept the position and that her appointment as CF10 for the group has been approved by the regulator.
"It is a role Caroline is ideally suited for, given the work she has done over recent years in risk management control. Looking to the future, combining her risk management experience with the regulatory function is a logical development."
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