PHILIPSBURG–Shareholder of the TelEm Group of Companies (government) will make a decision on the candidate it wants to appoint as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the TelEm Group of Companies.
Prime Minister William Marlin told reporters on Wednesday that TelEm updated the shareholder about the process to select a CEO in a letter received last week.
A total of four candidates had been interviewed and two of the four were proposed for the position. It is now up to the shareholder to make a decision on the appointment. Marlin did not mention any names; however, the two candidates are widely believed to be Kendal Dupersoy and Brian Mingo.
Marlin said once the shareholder makes a decision, the Corporate Governance Council (CGC) will be informed of the decision. The shareholder’s advice to the CGC was expected to be prepared on Wednesday.
The information on the selected candidate will also be sent to the National Security Services VDSM for the necessary screening as this is a procedure to be followed as part of the appointment process. He said it takes some five to six weeks before an appointment can take place.
Source: Daily Herald
Shareholder to take decision on TelEm CEO this week