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Published:Thursday | October 24, 2019 | 12:00 AM
Barita’s Paul Simpson (centre), president and CEO of Cornerstone and deputy chairman of Barita Investments Limited, brings the laughs with Jason Russell (left), general manager of Pier 1 in Montego Bay, and Robin Russell, head of Déjà Vu Resorts.
The Barita team was on hand for the fun and fishing at Barita Day in Montego Bay at the Montego Bay Marlin Tournament. From left are Petula Clarke – Senior wealth manager, Barita Investments Ltd.; Sarue Thomas, marketing officer at Barita; Sean Taylor, head of digital marketing; Sanya McHugh, senior marketing strategist; and Kerrie Baylis, head of wealth, Barita.
Paul Simpson, president and CEO of Cornerstone and deputy chairman of Barita Investments Ltd, and Janet Silvera, journalist and president of the Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce, are in a relaxed mood, as they engage in light conversation.
Event coordinator Junior Taylor (left) and Sascha Hossman, director of Tai Flora, caught a big one.
Kerrie Baylis (left), head of Barita Wealth, Barita, and Melissa Warner, director, Warner and Company, are all smiles.
Cheers to a successful day at The Montego Bay Marlin Tournament. Ray Therrien, Director, Fontana Pharmacy and Petula Clarke – Senior Wealth Manager, Barita Investments Limited.

As title sponsor for this year’s 58th Annual Montego Bay Marlin Tournament, Barita Wealth hosted Cocktails on The Dock for Barita Day over the weekend, where they set up a full bar, complete with waitstaff, at the Montego Bay Yacht Club. The Barita Wealth division, led by Kerrie Baylis, was out mingling and lyming with tournament participants and guests from Jamaica, Cayman and Haiti. Here are the highlights.