Michael Cole-Fontayn has been formally elected as chairman of the CISI, succeeding Sir Alan Yarrow, who did not seek re-election after completing nine years in the role. The term of office is initially for three years.
After 35 years in financial services at BNY Mellon, Cole-Fontayn is currently chairman of the Association of Financial Markets in Europe, which he will continue doing alongside his role at the CISI. ...
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