PHILIPSBURG–Glen Carty has tendered his resignation as Chief Executive Officer of United Telecommunications Services (UTS) Eastern Caribbean and will be leaving the company to focus solely on Social and Health Insurances SZV.
Carty, who currently serves as Director of SZV, told The Daily Herald on Thursday that he resigned from the telecoms company last month. His resignation becomes effective at the end of September.
Carty officially informed UTS staff of his resignation on Thursday morning. Carty has been at UTS since November 1, 2000 and worked to grow the company. When asked what were some of his major accomplishments at UTS, he said securing the mobile concession and launching Chippie in 2003.
Carty said he has been working alongside a “fantastic” team at UTS Eastern Caribbean and he is very happy to have had the opportunity to do so.
Asked what his top two plans are for SZV, Carty said to improve service at the collective insurance coverage provider and implement automation to be able to get proper information to make management decisions. He also plans to work with other stakeholders to restructure health care in the country.
Carty, who was in attendance at the public plenary session of parliament on the sale of UTS shares on Thursday, was thanked for his service at UTS and wished the best in his endeavours at SZV by at least two MPs during the first part of the meeting.
Bron: Daily Herald