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Bermuda Monetary Authority names deputy CEO

The Bermuda Monetary Authority board appointed Craig Swan deputy CEO, effective Jan. 1.

The regulator created the post to prepare for the departure of Executive Chairman Jeremy Cox, who will be replaced by Swan as CEO when he leaves in 2021.

Swan joined the regulator in 2006 and held various roles in insurance, policy and risk, more recently as a managing director.