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Digicel finance chief departs as earnings continue to slide

Ray Leclercq, who joined the Jamaica-based company in August 2017, will step down at the end of September

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
29th August, 2018

Digicel, the Caribbean mobile phone company owned by Denis O’Brien, has said its chief financial officer is departing after a year in the job.

In a statement today Digicel said Ray Leclercq, who joined the Jamaica-based company in August 2017, will step down at the end of September. Digicel said that Leclerq is stepping down to pursue other interests.

A search for his replacement has commenced and the role will be filed on an...

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