The team

Rebecca Millar | Director

Rebecca took up the post of Director of CIBO in July 2022. Rebecca was born and educated in Jersey. She has spent the majority of her career working in the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) where she covered a range of country desks, took a secondment to the Cabinet Office and served overseas in posts such as Athens and Washington DC. She returned to Jersey in 2018 to join the Global Relations team leading the Island’s relationships with some international partners, including the USA. Rebecca moved to the Economy Department in late 2020 where she supported local businesses through the Covid pandemic and drove the development of economic frameworks in support of sectors of the Island’s economy. Rebecca is married to Tim, and has two primary school age children, Olivia and Ethan.

Antonio Venneri | Fiscal Attaché

Antonio joined CIBO as Fiscal Attaché in July 2021. At CIBO he is responsible for following tax policy developments at EU and OECD levels. Previously Antonio worked as Tax Policy Advisor in a European federation of tax professionals. Prior to that, he worked as international tax adviser within international consultancy firms in Italy, the UK and Belgium. Antonio is an Italian certified chartered accountant and auditor since 2011

Marija Ivoninaite | Financial Services Adviser

Marija joined CIBO as part-time Financial Services Adviser in January 2022 to cover Daniella Terruso’s career break until end October 2022.  Marija remains a Senior Policy and Funding Executive at Scotland Europa where she has worked for the past three years. Prior to that, Marija worked in financial services advocacy and consulting, and in local and regional representation at the European Union level.

Senthia De Buyst | Operations Manager & Policy Assistant

Senthia joined CIBO from White & Case LLP in January 2011, where she had worked on Channel Islands matters for 13 years. As a result, Senthia has a good understanding of the Channel Islands’ relationship with the EU. Prior to that, she worked for several years in the Public Affairs Department at the European headquarters of a Japanese car manufacturer. Senthia started her professional career at the Belgo-Zaïrian commercial bank.

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