The Office of the President has today announced the appointment of Ms. Lisa Lautoy as the new Chief Executive Officer of the Enterprise Seychelles Agency (ESA) effective from the 1st January, 2023.
Ms. Lautoy has a Post Graduate Certificate in Business Law from the University of De Montfort in Leicester, United Kingdom, and a Bachelor of Art in Justice Studies from the Edith Cowan University in Australia.
Ms. Lautoy has 14 years of working experience in the financial services sector.
Until most recently, Ms. Lautoy was the Director of the Registry Section at the Financial Services Authority.Distributed by APO Group on behalf of State House – Office of the President of the Republic of Seychelles.
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