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Executive Management

CCRIF SPC Executive Management Team

Chief Executive Officer

Isaac Anthony was appointed CCRIF Chief Executive Officer on January 1, 2013. He has over twenty-five years of senior management experience spanning the areas of public finance, financial sector supervision and economic planning having held key positions with the Government of Saint Lucia including Permanent Secretary, Finance, Economic Affairs & National Development. Mr. Anthony was instrumental in the establishment of the Caribbean Public Finance Association and served as its first chairman. He has served on several Boards, including those of CCRIF (from 2007 to 2012), the Caribbean Development Bank and the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank and is the current Chairman of the National Insurance Corporation in Saint Lucia and a Commissioner of the Eastern Caribbean Securities Regulatory Commission.

Chief Operations Officer

Gillian Golah was appointed CCRIF Chief Operations Officer at CCRIF on October 1 2015. Before she assumed this position, Mrs. Golah was the Vice President of Business Development at the Trinidad & Tobago International Financial Centre, where she played a central role in the establishment of the financial services outsourcing industry in Trinidad and Tobago. Previously, she served as Chief Operating Officer of Development Finance Limited after gaining substantial experience in credit operations, private equity, grant management and microfinance at the executive and board levels.

Chief Risk Management Officer

Michael Spranger was appointed CCRIF Chief Risk Management Officer on 1 July 2018. He has worked with leading reinsurance firms, a leading reinsurance broker, and catastrophe modelling firms in Asia, Latin America, and Europe. Starting his career developing earthquake catastrophe models as a geophysicist, he has gained significant experience in non-catastrophe pricing and reserving. Dr. Spranger has been actively involved in the development of national catastrophe pool solutions in Europe and Asia. He has undertaken multiple on-site damage inspection surveys in the aftermath of devastating earthquakes in Sumatra, China, Chile, Japan and New Zealand.

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