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Accounting head moves up at Financial Services Skills Council

FSSC's head of accountancy Dean Cassar takes on new management role

The accounting head at the
Financial Services Skills
Council
has taken on a new role as the body looks to restructure
its top management.

Dean Cassar, director of accountancy at the Financial Services Skills
Council, becomes director of client services and engagement.

The move is part of the FSSC’s streamlining of its management team.

Cassar is a former FD of the Learning and Skills Network, and previous head
of finance at Liberata.

He will oversee the marketing and communications and the operations and
finance teams, and retain his duties from his previous role.

“Employer and Stakeholder engagement is absolutely crucial to the work we do
and my appointment and new role confirms our commitment to work in close
partnership with employers across the whole of the financial services and
accountancy and finance industry,” said Cassar.

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