JMMB now in Brown's Town

Published: Monday | April 15, 2013 Comments 0
Keith Duncan, group CEO of JMMB. -File
Keith Duncan, group CEO of JMMB. -File

JMMB expands its presence in St Ann with the opening of the Brown's Town agency, the newest of its 11 locations. Operations will commence today and clients can access the suite of customised solutions such as investments, loans, insurance brokerage and financial planning to meet their financial goals. The agency opens from Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The establishment of the JMMB agency will allow members of the Brown's Town community and its environs to benefit from customised financial solutions in a convenient location, Unit 3, Burlington Point, 2 Church Street. Keith Duncan, Group CEO, states, "the expansion of JMMB in the parish demonstrates its commitment to providing financial solutions in a simple and accessible way. JMMB is committed to being the financial partner to members of the community as individuals seek to achieve their financial goals."

Fornia Young, head of Retail Client Sales and Services, in underscoring the Group CEO's point said, "JMMB is excited to establish an agency in Brown's Town so that we can expand our reach in providing all Jamaicans with an opportunity to realise their financial dreams with the support of a team that is passionate about exceptional client care and providing the right solutions with your best interest at heart."

Other services offered

JMMB Group also offers banking and investment services from its location in Ocho Rios. This location will continue to cater to clients with the full range of solutions offered by the JMMB Group including: investments, insurance brokerage, deposits, loans, FX trading, pension management and financial planning.

The opening of the newest location in Brown's Town is in keeping with JMMB's core values and principles to continue on a path of sustainable growth by meeting clients' financial needs in Jamaica; while expanding operations recently at IBL Tunapuna, Trinidad and Tobago, and opening of a second branch in Santiago, Dominican Republic.

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