Staff members of First Global Financial Services (FGFS) in Montego Bay are being given the thumbs up by president Robert Drummond for steering the company to success in the west.
Drummond described his staff as having done an excellent job in connecting with the business and professional community - a move he cited that has earned the First Global brand a high level of trust and respect from its customer base.
Drummond said he also wanted to personally reach out and thank his customers, primarily those who have remained loyal from inception, resulting in the success the financial institution has been reaping.
Citing the positive outcome on both sides, Drummond and other top executives of FGFS journeyed to Montego Bay recently for an intimate gathering with its customers and staff to host the president's cocktail reception, held at the Seawind Club.
"We think it is important for us to have a series of these types of meetings to get to know our clients and prospective clients better and to establish the basis for an ongoing partnership relationship and we believe that Montego Bay represents that idea best," Drummond said.
Stressing that the event was not designed for technical speeches about interest rates and the economy, Drummond noted, however, that it was equally important to remind customers of the investment opportunities that still exist locally and internationally.
"We believe that nobody knows you better than we do, in terms of understanding your investment needs, your full range of plans and goals and your appetite for risks," he told customers.
And Drummond's deputy, Maria Ho Sue, FGFS' vice-president, said she was inviting existing and prospective clients to tap into the wide array of investment products FGFS has to offer.
"We can actually tailor-make products to suit our customers. We believe in adapting to people's lifestyle in providing and servicing whatever their investment needs might be, such as securities, bond trading, repos, among others," Ho Sue stated.
Full Caption: These staff members of First Global Financial Services (FGFS) were looking radiant as they welcomed customers and guests to the president's cocktail reception held recently at the Seawind Club in Montego Bay. From left are: Sheraine Campbell, corporate communications officer at GraceKennedy Financial Group; Gail Summerville-Abrahams, assistant vice-president, corporate communications at GraceKennedy Financial Group and Kerry-Ann Ramdeen-Johns, marketing officer at FGFS. Contributed