Wayne Hull, country manager of LIME, St. Vincent and the Grenadines. (IWN photo)

Telecommunication provider LIME on Tuesday announced the appointment of Wayne Hull as Country Manager, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, the second Vincentian to hold the post.

Hull replaces Leslie Jack, who parted ways with the company as the merger between LIME’s parent company Cable & Wireless Communications and Columbus Communications, owners of FLOW, took effect.

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LIME describes Hull as “an accomplished finance executive with over 15 years experience, the last 12 spent with LIME where he has served in the capacity of Finance Manager and Senior Financial Analyst Operations and Control in the Southern Cluster”.

Before joining LIME, Wayne worked with KPMG, one of the world’s largest professional services companies.

“In his most recent role, Wayne had managerial responsibility for all aspects of finance, financial planning and reporting, corporate governance, as well as serving as financial controller for all Southern Cluster markets.

“During his extensive career with LIME, Wayne also had the opportunity to act as acting Country Manager, St. Vincent and the Grenadines,” the company said in a release.

Wayne holds the designation of certified accountant (ACCA).

“These are exciting times for CWC as we continue to build our network, grow our customer base and expand our product lines. We are confident that Wayne will continue to play an important role as we further cement our position as a leading telecommunications company across the Caribbean and Latin America,” the company said.