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Corporate Hands | NCB engages young people

Published:Thursday | November 9, 2017 | 12:00 AM
National Commercial Bank's (NCB's) representatives Kemar Jennings (back row, left), branch delinquency officer; and Tan-Hugh Chatrie (back row, right), personal financial officer shared lens with youths after a money management talk. The session was held at the Rose Town Community Library, Homework and Training Centre in the community of Moore Town, Kingston. Following an invitation from the Rose Town Foundation, NCB capitalised on the opportunity to mentor youths aged 18-24 years on the importance of financial literacy and share with them the products and services offered by the bank.
Kemar Jennings, National Commercial Bank branch delinquency officer shares a point on the importance of how to treat money to young people from the Rose Town, Kingston community in an interactive session held on money management.