Me Marie Elaine Farley appointed as acting president
On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Chambre de la sécurité financière, Lyne Gagné, Chair of the Board, has announced that Luc Labelle, President and Chief Executive Officer, will be leaving the CSF on March 13, 2015.
On the job since 2005, Mr. Labelle said: “After 10 years of having had the privilege and pleasure of leading the CSF, it’s time to pass on the torch to someone else. At this point in my career, I’m looking to take on some new challenges. I know that I’m leaving behind an extremely efficient organization and an excellent management team.”
Mrs. Gagné underscored Mr. Labelle’s influence since 2005: “Luc has made an invaluable contribution to the CSF over the years for which we’re extremely grateful. It’s mainly due to his hard work that we’ve been able to become one of the top and most efficient financial sector regulators in Canada,” stated Mrs. Gagné.
The Chair of the Board also announced that Me Marie Elaine Farley, current Vice-President, Legal and Corporate Affairs and Secretary of the CSF, will be taking over as President on an interim basis.
A lawyer by training and a high-calibre manager, Me Farley has been with the CSF since 2001 and, by way of her duties, is also keenly aware of both the day-to-day issues and challenges facing the organization and those facing the financial services industry as a whole.
“It’s with great confidence and determination that I accept to take over the presidency of the CSF. Along with the management team, I plan on continuing the tradition of excellence of which our organization is extremely proud,” indicated Me Farley.
Source: Chambre de la sécurité financière
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