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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Monday, March 24, 2014
A leading hotel (soon to be Radisson) in Port of Spain,
Trinidad is seeking qualified applicants for the position of
We are looking for professionals that possess strong
leadership skills, customer service focused with the
ability to motivate staff. The successful candidates must
be energetic, enthusiastic persons who are "hands on"
with a minimum of 5 years experience in the industry.
All applications must be accompanied by a detailed
curriculum vitae along with names, addresses and
telephone contacts of at least two business references.
These should be forwarded via email to
or to the address below no later than
Monday 31st March 2014
The Human Resource Manager
P.O. Box 1017,
Port of Spain
Local applicants are also required to submit a copy of
the application to:
Chief Manpower Officer, Ministry of Labour & Small and
Micro Enterprise Development, Duke Place,
50-54 Duke Street, Port of Spain
The JMMB Group recently hosted its
T&T-based shareholders to an investor
briefing at the Hyatt Regency Hotel.
At the forum, chief executive officer
Keith Duncan presented highlights of the
Group s financial performance, regional
developments and insights about the
company s strategic focus for the upcom-
ing financial year 2014/2015.
Duncan gave a powerful commitment
to its local shareholders, declaring: "If
ever there was a time to get excited about
JMMB Group s performance prospects,
that time is now!"
He further articulated that the Group
continues to position itself as an inte-
grated financial services provider with
its regional expansion marked by the
impending opening of JMMB Investments
TT, its ownership of IBL Bank, alongside
a pending bank acquisition in the
Dominican Republic and the improved
performance of the JMMB Merchant
Bank in Jamaica.
Local investors were also introduced
to the CEOs of the Group s businesses
in T&T---Mark Singh of JMMB Invest-
ments, along with Krishna Boodhai. man-
aging director/CEO of IBL Bank, a 100
per cent subsidiary since September 2013.
The local audience also met for the
first time the Group s country head from
the Dominican Republic, Guillermo Aran-
cibia and the head of investment services
for Jamaica, Kisha Anderson.
The Power of One theme was clearly
visible, reinforced by the Group s Vision
of Love and following the presentations,
guests were treated to a multicultural
evening with dancing Pierrot Grenades
WASHINGTON DC---The World
Bank says more than 80,000
Jamaican citizens will benefit
from improved services, basic
infrastructure and targeted crime
and violence interventions in 18
vulnerable inner-city communi-
ties as a result of a US$42 million
project for integrated community
The Washington-based financial
institution said the new project is
a continuation of the partnership
between the Jamaica government
and the World Bank on upgrading
some of the country s most vul-
nerable and volatile communities.
It said the project builds on the
success of the Inner City Basic
Services for the Poor Project to
address accelerating urban decay
and declining citizen security.
"The project aims to foster a
more inclusive society in Jamaica
by improving the quality of life of
marginalized city dwellers," said
Sophie Sirtaine, World Bank coun-
try director for the Caribbean.
"It also aims to prevent crime
and violence by engaging youth in
public safety initiatives and pro-
viding them with job skills training,"
she added. (CMC)
who depicted the Group s presence
in Jamaica, the Dominican Repub-
lic and T&T.
JMMB began operations in
Jamaica in 1992 and in its 21 year
history, they have become one of
the leading financial services com-
panies in the region.
Serving more than 220,000
clients regionally, with a diverse
range of financial products and
services, including investments,
funds management, banking,
remittances and insurance bro-
kering, the JMMB Group is poised
to partner with clients throughout
the region to achieve their financial
JMMB has been a top perform-
ing stock on both the T&T and
Jamaican Stock Exchanges.
JMMB briefs T&T investors
JMMB Group CEO Keith
Duncan making his
presentation during the event.
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