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Change of Leadership at Montserrat Customs & Revenue

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(l-r) Peter White, Frank Ferguson

GIU reports: – Frank Ferguson the Director General of the Montserrat Customs and Revenue Service (MCRS) is standing down at the end of January.

Mr Ferguson, who took up the role in January, 2012, says he is very proud of the progress that the organisation has made over the past year, especially in building better relationships with other departments such as the Royal Montserrat Police Service and meeting its revenue targets.

Ferguson is moving on for personal and family reasons and will be succeeded in the short term by Peter W A White. Mr White is the Current head of Customs and is the substantive Deputy Director for Law Enforcement in the MCRS. Mr White is the former head of prison services in Montserrat and in and the Turks and Caicos Islands and he joined the MCRS 10 months ago.

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A Moment with the Registrar of Lands

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(l-r) Peter White, Frank Ferguson

GIU reports: – Frank Ferguson the Director General of the Montserrat Customs and Revenue Service (MCRS) is standing down at the end of January.

Mr Ferguson, who took up the role in January, 2012, says he is very proud of the progress that the organisation has made over the past year, especially in building better relationships with other departments such as the Royal Montserrat Police Service and meeting its revenue targets.

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Ferguson is moving on for personal and family reasons and will be succeeded in the short term by Peter W A White. Mr White is the Current head of Customs and is the substantive Deputy Director for Law Enforcement in the MCRS. Mr White is the former head of prison services in Montserrat and in and the Turks and Caicos Islands and he joined the MCRS 10 months ago.