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NCB:The Golden Epoch

Published:Friday | December 11, 2015 | 12:34 AMMark Titus
Zahra McGraham, wealth adviser, NCB Capital Markets, and Group Managing Director Patrick Hilton.
From left: Parick Hylton, NCB group managing director; Nadeen Matthews, chief digital and marketing officer at NCB, share lens with MVP Track Club president Bruce James.
NCB Misha Haye is sandwiched by the firm’s ambassadors, athletes Julian Forte and Elaine Thompson.
Peter and Stacey Chin operators of Victory Drug Store, Spanish Town St Catherine.
From left: Tara Brown, Caldwell Banker representative; Shelly-Ann Walker, senior manager, compliance, Jamaica National General Insurance; Audrey Brown, sales consultant, Sleeptime Pillows; Tanesha Roberts, private clients account executive, NCB Private Banking; and Sharon Williams, manager, group service delivery, NCB.
Two beautiful belles (from left) Camisha Morgan, risk and compliance officer, First Global Bank, and Tiffany Dunkley, group financial analyst, Gorstew Ltd.

Western Bureau:

The picturesque Blue Waters beach club in Falmouth, Trelawny was the perfect venue for National Commercial Bank's client appreciation party dubbed Sunsoir: The Golden Epoch on Sunday.

An ambiance conducive to fun and relaxation, clients and suppliers of the Patrick Hylton-led financial institution were greeted by smiling hostesses, who sought to provide the special guests with all they desired to make their evening memorable.

Group managing director, Hylton expressed his gratitude for the faith placed in the bank, while giving a commitment that his team would seek to continue striving for excellence, even as he acknowledged that the achievements would not be possible without the support, commitment and patronage of customers.

With the backdrop of the Caribbean Sea, mouth-watering delights, scavenger hunt along with music from Hyperactive Entertainment crew, clients, suppliers and staffers alike took the opportunity to let their hair down.

Others spent the evening lazing on beach beds as the waters lapped at their feet, or took their place at booths constructed part-ially in the sea to watch the activities.

Live entertainment came from the Skool band who backed singer Natel and veteran Ernie Smith.

Tanya Stephens and the Revolution Band closed the evening's event with a comical yet thought-provoking set.