NCB launches Visa Signature

Published: Friday | March 30, 2012 Comments 0
Maria Beyna of NCB Capital Markets and Richard Boor pose for the camera.
Maria Beyna of NCB Capital Markets and Richard Boor pose for the camera.
Sandra Glasgow (right) makes a point to Yvonne Clarke. - photos by Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
Sandra Glasgow (right) makes a point to Yvonne Clarke. - photos by Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
National Commercial Bank's Group Managing Director Patrick Hylton is happy to tell the man demanding a $50-million 'ransom' for the just-stolen paintings that the just-launched Visa card will suffice. He was attending the Visa Signature card launch on March 22 at the NCB Towers in New Kingston.
National Commercial Bank's Group Managing Director Patrick Hylton is happy to tell the man demanding a $50-million 'ransom' for the just-stolen paintings that the just-launched Visa card will suffice. He was attending the Visa Signature card launch on March 22 at the NCB Towers in New Kingston.

 

It was a spectacular launch. The planned 'heist' of valuable works of art went off seamlessly ... almost. And when the 'ransom' call was put through to the managing director, he offered the new Visa card with its limitless possibilities as a fitting substitute for the $50m demanded. Guests cheered loudly!

Guests enjoyed the great music and scrumptious nibbles. Group Managing Director Patrick Hylton thanked the special guests for their continued support of the bank and vowed to continue giving them the usual excellence in service. Here are some highlights of the event.

 

 

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