Movements

Published: Friday | December 6, 2013 Comments 0
John Byles
John Byles
Dr Herbert Thompson
Dr Herbert Thompson

Byles joins Cargo Handlers board

John Byles has been appointed a director of the board for Cargo Handlers Limited as of November 12, 2013. He will be an independent, non-executive director.

Byles is a trustee of the Cargo Handlers Trust and is a managing partner at Chukka Caribbean Adventure Tours since 2000.

Thompson leaves empty chair

Dr Herbert Thompson has resigned as chairman of the board for Scotia Jamaica Building Society, according to Scotia Group, which says the position remains vacant.

Thompson has also resigned from the boards of Scotia Group Jamaica and The Bank of Nova Scotia Jamaica Limited, effective November 29. He was appointed to the BNS board back in 1998.

Martin departs

Philip Martin has resigned from the board of directors for Scotia Investments Jamaica Limited and its audit and conduct review committee, effective November 22.

Martin was once senior partner and shareholder of Dehring Bunting & Golding, a company that Scotiabank acquired and rebranded Scotia Investments.

He is currently the CEO of Caribbean Fencing Limited and deputy chairman of SportsMax Limited.

Moodie joins Kingston Wharves

Clover Moodie is now group chief financial officer for Kingston Wharves Limited. She joined the company on October 1, according to a market filing this week.

Moodie has more than 10 years experience in the finance and accounting fields, having worked with PricewaterhouseCoopers and First Global, where she was vice-president in charge of financial control.

Whitehorne reconnects with CLEC

Robert Whitehorne is the new CEO for CLEC Networking Services Limited. He was previously managing director at the company from August 2008 to February 2012 but left to head up marketing, products and purchasing at Intcomex - a CLEC partner.

Compiled by Richard Browne

richard.browne@gleanerjm.com

 


 

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