Daily Telegraph Former treasury and economic development minister, Allan Bell, was appointed to the role on Tuesday, October 11, by lieutenant governor his excellency Mr Adam Wood.
Mr Bell, 64, was first elected to the House of Keys in 1984 and worked as a minister in a variety of sectors, including tourism, industry and home affairs.
He spent nine years, from 2001 to 2010, as treasury minister, before taking on the newly-created role of economic development minister last year.
Mr Bell commented: ‘It is a great honour to be appointed chief minister at this time of challenge and opportunity for the Isle of Man.
Congratulations from everyone at NAMA.