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JM | Oct 2, 2022

Julian Mair re-elected JSE Chairman

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GraceKennedy CFO Steven Whittingham replaces Livingstone Morrison as deputy chairman

The Jamaica Stock Exchange, located on Harbour Street in Kingston.

The Jamaica Stock Exchange Limited (JSE) has advised that JMMB’s Group Chief Investment Strategist Julian Mair has been re-elected as chairman of the Board.

In addition, GraceKennedy Chief Financial Officer Steven Whittingham has been elected as deputy chairman of the Board. The elections took place during a meeting of the board of directors held last Thursday (September 29).

Whittingham replaces Livingstone Morrison, former Bank of Jamaica governor, who had responsibility for administration and technical services, finance and technology and payment system and risk management.

Julian Mair.

Mair, a seasoned campaigner in the financial services sector with more than 20 years of experience, has played a significant role in the development of Jamaica’s capital market. His experience includes positions at Jamaica’s foremost financial institutions, including head of treasury and investment services at Dehring, Bunting and Golding (now Scotia Investments) and senior trader and cambio manager at JMMB.

He is a founding member and current president of the Jamaica Securities Dealers Association and also serves various institutions as a director, including JMMB Securities Limited, JMMB International, JMMB Puesto de Bolsa, JMMB Investments Trinidad & Tobago Limited and the Jamaica Stock Exchange.

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