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JM | Sep 22, 2022

CORPORATE MOVEMENTS | Dr Cecile Dennis heads to Paramount

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Paramount appoints Dr Cecile Dennis as new head of People & Culture, Customer Service and Marketing

Upon the departure of Maxine Hutchinson on August 26, Paramount Trading (Jamaica) has on-boarded a head of People & Culture, Customer Service and Marketing.

She is Dr Cecile Dennis, who will lead the development of people and culture at the lubricants manufacturer and distributor.

Dennis’ appointment took effect on September 8.

Taariq Abdul-Majeed out and Paula Cameron in at Honey Bun

Baking company, Honey Bun is advising that Financial Controller Taariq Abdul-Majeed is no longer employed to company, effective August 2, 2022. As a result, Paula Cameron has been appointed financial controller effective August 1, 2022.

Caribbean Cement Company Ltd.

Dania Heredia resigns from Caribbean Cement Audit Committee

Carib Cement has notified that Board Audit Committee member Dania Heredia has formally resigned from the committee with immediate effect.

The Jamaican cement manufacturer says “the resignation is not related to any disagreement in respect of accounting principles or practices, financial statement disclosure or any other material issue impacting on the Audit Committee or the member’s ability to properly carry out the functions delegated by the Board”.

GraceKennedy headquarters in downtown Kingston.

Mary Anne Chambers retires from GraceKennedy board

GraceKennedy Limited (GK) has advised that Mary Anne Chambers retired from the Board of Directors, effective September 8, in accordance with the company’s Articles, having reached the retirement age for Board members.

Chambers will also retire from GKL’s Audit and Corporate Governance & Nomination Committees as well as the Board of Directors of GraceKennedy Financial Group Limited.

However, she will continue to serve in her capacity as chair of the Board of Grace Foods Canada, Inc.

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