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Published:Friday | March 27, 2020 | 12:15 AM
Managers from the National Commercial Bank sharing their thoughts after participating in the ‘Breakfast with Finance’ event, held in Montego Bay recently. From left are: Stuart Barnes, Brian Boothe and Kanhai Skeen.
Kevin Ingram, senior assistant general manager, district II division, at the National Commercial Bank, is sandwiched between the gorgeous Julian Palmer (left), chief financial officer at the Montego Bay Airports and a director of the Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce (MBCC), and Janet Silvera, president of the MBCC.
Fabulous women from the banking industry share lens time during the ‘Breakfast with Finance’ event. From left are Tracy-Ann McIntosh, Development Bank of Jamaica; Tanya Allgrove, newly appointed assistant general manager, small and micro enterprise division at the National Commercial Bank and Helon Whittaker, acting manager at the Development Bank of Jamaica
Montego Bay businessman Dinesh Manyal (right), strikes up a conversation with Duwayne Wiggan, manager at the National Commercial Bank, Baywest Branch, on arrival at the ‘Breakfast with Finance’ event held in Montego Bay, recently.
Knutsford Express is doing well seems to be what is being said by its managing director, Oliver Townsend (right), as he updates Craig Williams, relationship officer, Corporate and Commercial Banking division at the National Commercial Bank.
Manager of the National Commercial Bank (NCB), Falmouth Branch, Kelvin Hall (right), and NCB’s newly appointed assistant general manager for the small and micro enterprise business division, Tanya Allgrove, talk business at the breakfast.
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Several players in the micro, small and medium enterprises sector operating in western Jamaica turned out at the ‘Breakfast with Finance’ event, held in Montego Bay, St James, recently. Their purpose was to be enlightened about the regional US$25-million Development Credit Authority Loan Portfolio Guarantee programme to assist with financing, without the need for them to provide traditional collaterals to secure funding. The programme is a joint venture being undertaken by the National Commercial Bank, the United States Agency for International Development, and the Development Bank of Jamaica. Here are the highlights.