Robin Seale Named New Digicel Bermuda CEO

May 13, 2015

Press Release-Digicel Bermuda annouces Robin Seale as new CEO-2Digicel Bermuda today announced that Chief Financial Officer, Robin Seale [pictured] has been promoted to the position of Chief Executive Officer replacing Alistair Beak who has been promoted to a regional CEO position taking on overall responsibility for Cayman, Turks & Caicos as well as Bermuda.

Robin Seale has over fourteen years’ international experience across a range of industries including: manufacturing, hospitality, construction, financial services and accountancy practice. Seale joined Digicel in 2012 as CFO for the Bermuda business from his previous role in a publiclylisted FMCG company in Saudi Arabia.

“It’s an honour to take on the role as CEO of Digicel Bermuda. In the three years I have been inBermuda already, I have been fortunate enough to see the company grow substantially – and I am very excited for the future. In my new role, I remain committed to building on the good work the team has delivered to date and focused on delivering the very best value, service and network to our family of customers across Bermuda,” said Mr. Seale.

Alistair Beak was appointed Digicel Bermuda CEO in July 2014, having joined in January 2014 as Commercial Director. Beak, who will remain in Bermuda, now oversees the Turks and Caicos Islands and Cayman markets in addition to Bermuda.

He said; “Congratulations to Robin who takes on the role of leading one of the strongest, most professional and assionate teams I have ever worked with. This appointment further demonstrates Digicel’s commitment to Bermuda – not just through investment and development in our business and communities, but also in ensuring consistency among our team which ultimately results in an improved customer experience.”

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  1. somuchless says:

    Was this post even advertised?

    • somuchless says:

      Never mind. I just reread the article. He was already with Digicel

  2. Who's Moderator? says:

    They are job makers and job creators remember they now don’t need to advertise, they just tell you x and so be it, or they will threaten to leave, like every other job maker, leading to job losses and contraction of GDP supposedly.

    Not poking Digicel but Bermuda has got itself into a right pickle with FDI and is always having to acquiesce to the “requests” of our “guest firms” in the services and IB space.

    Pity we didn’t establish domestic service providers all around when times were good instead of spending all our liquidity on property purchases here and overseas to collect rent.

    Will be interesting to see Bermuda in 2025.

    • hmmm says:

      I think this role would be considered Key personnel.

  3. Confused says:

    Three different CEO’s in less than a year, what is going on over there?