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LIME appoints acting CEO for the Caribbean

Published:Friday | June 28, 2013 | 2:21 PM

LIME announced today the appointment of Martin Roos to the position of acting chief executive officer for the business.



His appointment followed an announcement in February that chief executive officer for the Caribbean, David Shaw would be stepping down after four years leading the company.



At the time, LIME said Shaw would remain with the business for six months to facilitate a smooth handover of responsibilities.



It also said Tony Rice, chief executive of LIME’s parent company, Cable and Wireless Communications would take over leadership of the business, working with the regional business leadership team.



In his new role, Roos takes on the leadership of all of LIME’s businesses in the region and the group’s executive committee, the company said.



Roos joined LIME in April this year in the role of chief operating officer. He was previously head of the Caribbean and Central America for Ericsson, the telecoms network supplier.



Rice expressed pleasure that “Martin Roos will be taking on leadership of the LIME business.”



He added that Roos “is a capable telecoms executive with years of experience in the Caribbean region. Martin joined us earlier in the year and has made an important impact on the business already in focusing and strengthening our capability on the highest standards of customer experience.”



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