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Frank Ferguson is the new Director General of MCRS

Mr. Frank Ferguson

Mr. Frank Ferguson is the person who fills the new and reportedly much needed position, as Director General of the Montserrat Customs and Revenue Service (MCRS).

Mr. Ferguson comes with a long history of service in the field having 25 years in the British Customs Service and rising through the ranks to become the Assistant Chief of Investigation at the national level. From 1999 to 2001 he was the UK representative to the European Union as a ‘national expert’ in combating drugs trafficking. For the past ten years he has led customs and revenue reform projects in several parts of the world including: Bulgaria, Macedonia, Albania, Kosovo, Russia, Indonesia, Ghana and Nigeria.

Frank as he settles in tells The Montserrat Reporter (TMR), how excited and proud he is to be appointed to this position, not as a DFID appointee but on contract to the Public Service of Montserrat. “I hope that my experience will bring to bear, maximizing the efficiency of the MCRS for the benefit of all tax payers and the trading community,” he said.

Montserrat lost the services of a forerunner in Peter Henderson who for over a year had offered service in the Government Revenue area and who was responsible for initiating the department now known as MCRS.

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Mr. Frank Ferguson

Mr. Frank Ferguson is the person who fills the new and reportedly much needed position, as Director General of the Montserrat Customs and Revenue Service (MCRS).

Mr. Ferguson comes with a long history of service in the field having 25 years in the British Customs Service and rising through the ranks to become the Assistant Chief of Investigation at the national level. From 1999 to 2001 he was the UK representative to the European Union as a ‘national expert’ in combating drugs trafficking. For the past ten years he has led customs and revenue reform projects in several parts of the world including: Bulgaria, Macedonia, Albania, Kosovo, Russia, Indonesia, Ghana and Nigeria.

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Frank as he settles in tells The Montserrat Reporter (TMR), how excited and proud he is to be appointed to this position, not as a DFID appointee but on contract to the Public Service of Montserrat. “I hope that my experience will bring to bear, maximizing the efficiency of the MCRS for the benefit of all tax payers and the trading community,” he said.

Montserrat lost the services of a forerunner in Peter Henderson who for over a year had offered service in the Government Revenue area and who was responsible for initiating the department now known as MCRS.