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Lesley Strathie
... She was named Chief Operating Officer of Jobcentre Plus in 2003, and succeeded David Anderson as Acting Chief Executive on 16 May 2005 before being confirmed on 13 October ... In November 2008 she was appointed Chief Executive and Permanent Secretary of HM Revenue and Customs, succeeding Dave Hartnett who had worked as Acting Chief Executive and Chairman after the ... Strathie stood down as Chief Executive from HMRC on 9 November 2011 to concentrate on her further treatment for cancer ...
LGBT Rights In Seychelles - Protection Against Employment Discrimination
... Chief Executive" means the person acting or discharging the functions of such office in the Ministry or, as the case maybe, the Department responsible for the administration of this ... the worker may make a complaint to the Chief Executive stating all the relevant particulars. 2) The Chief Executive shall hold an inquiry into the complaint, make a determination and communicate the determination to the worker and the employer, and where an act of discrimination is held to have been ...
Steve Holliday - Career
... He was also appointed Chief Executive of Transco ... He has been chief executive of National Grid plc since January 2007 ... In 2009 his total compensation for the role of chief executive was £2.2 million, consisting of a £929,000 annual salary and a £1,277,000 bonus ...
Federal Reserve Bank Of Cleveland Cincinnati Branch - Current Board of Directors - Appointed By The Federal Reserve Bank
... Bloomer President and Chief Executive Officer Citizens National Bank Somerset, Kentucky 2012 Austin W ... Kenny President and Chief Executive Officer General Cable Corporation Highland Heights, Kentucky 2011 Amos L ... Otis Founder, President, and Chief Executive Officer SoBran, Inc ...
Simon Wolfson - Early Life and Career
... The following year, he was taken on as assistant to Next's chief executive, David Jones ... to the board of directors in 1997, and culminating in his appointment as chief executive in August 2001 ... At the age of 33, this made him the youngest chief executive of a FTSE 100 company ...

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