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GLEIF Seeks Applicants to Join Board of Directors

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The GLEIF is calling for applications from C-suite level executives in the UK, Switzerland, China and India to join its board of directors. New board members will be appointed in June 2019 in line with the mandatary rotation of members of the board and to ensure the right balance of jurisdictional and skill representation. Details of the application process to join the board can be found here. Applications must be submitted by Monday February 11, 2019.

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