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CORPORATE SIGHTINGS

Published:Monday | October 20, 2014 | 10:00 AM
Spirits were high at J. Wray & Nephew when Jacqueline Sharp (second left), president and CEO, Scotia Group, presented Clement 'Jimmy' Lawrence, managing director of J Wray & Nephew, with a certificate of appreciation as part of the bank's 125th anniversary celebration. Sharp expressed her appreciation to J Wray & Nephew for its continued partnership and congratulated the company for being part of the century club. J Wray &Nephew celebrated its 190th anniversary this year. Also representing the company are Max Poliav (left), senior finance director; and Janene Shaw (right), accounting and treasury director. Looking on is Nadine Heywood, senior relationship manager, Scotiabank.
Governor General Sir Patrick Allen (left) shows off his Scotia branded shirt to a gathering of Scotia volunteers on hand to meet him when he visited the bank recently. He had just received the shirt as a gift from the Scotiabank President and CEO, Jacqueline Sharp (centre). It was his first official visit to Scotiabank and he used the opportunity to congratulate the volunteers on their continued involvement in community projects. In the last year the volunteers have given over 3,000 hours in community service to various projects across the island.
Leodis Douglas (left), board member of First Heritage Cooperative Credit Union and Orville Hill, board chairman, greet twin recipient scholars Shanique (right) and Monique Brown after presenting them with their scholarships.
Custos of St Andrew Marigold Harding engages the attention of National Integrity Action executive director, Professor Trevor Munroe, at the St Andrew Justices of the Peace Lay Magistrates' Association quarterly meeting at the Police Officers' Club in St Andrew recently. Contributed Photos
Ambassador Audrey Marks (left), Paymaster's chief executive officer, rewards customer service champion Ann Palmer with a certificate, cash prize and a Samsung Galaxy phone courtesy of Digicel.Sharing the moment are Natalie St Louis (second right), Paymaster's vice-president of marketing, sales and corporate services, and Dushyant Savadia, well-known training expert and corporate coach. The occasion was Paymaster's recent all-island customer service training session held at the Jamaica Conference Centre, downtown Kingston. Ian Allen/Photographer
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Corporate sightings