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Sculpt & Sip

Monday, December 03, 2018

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THE JMMB Haughton Terrace team helped over 30 clients and prospective clients mould their financial future, during one of the company's dynamic lifestyle events dubbed Sculpt & Sip, held at the company's New Kingston-based head offices on November 13.

The relaxed atmosphere saw the attendees skillfully sculpting the evening away, as they sipped on a delectable selection of wines, complemented by scrumptious appetisers; as JMMB brought financial education to life by intertwining finance with sculpting. The event was held to show how participants can shape their financial goals with the assistance of JMMB as their financial partner, lending expertise, providing the requisite financial tools and solutions, so that they can create their own 'masterpiece' of financial freedom.

Here, 1. Carlene Mattocks (right), client relations officer at JMMB Haughton Terrace branch, demonstrates the true meaning of partnership as she assists Camise Gordon-Ffolkes of Latin American Express to create her masterpiece; and 2. Jennifer McDonald, international management consultant of JE McDonald & Associates, seemed to have channeled her artistic prowess and is clearly pleased with the results.

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