NCB Capital Markets gets nod from UK's World Finance magazine

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

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KINGSTON, Jamaica -- The internationally acclaimed World Finance magazine has named NCB Capital Markets, the Best Investment Management Company in the Caribbean, following its recently staged World Finance Investment Management Awards 2013. 

NCB Capital Markets CEO Steven Gooden said that the decision to pursue the prestigious award forms part of the company’s larger mandate to align itself to global investments products and services. 
Gooden emphasized that it is part of a deliberate strategy to target services to NCB customers as the bank aims to provide opportunities for various investment options. 

“That we have been named Best Investment Company, Caribbean speaks to our goal to optimize our regional positioning. We are aggressively targeting all opportunities which being a part of the region affords,” Gooden said, adding that he is delighted to be awarded. 

“I am very proud of this win, and it has validated our commitment to excellence, insightful financial advice and the pursuit of international standards. 
It also represents our commitment to our mantra ‘Serious about Wealth’, and we continue to ensure that our stakeholders realize this focus,” Gooden said. 

Published every two months by World News Media and based in the United Kingdom, the magazine explores matters relating to finance and the economy within an international context. Each year, it awards best-in-class large companies in the Americas, Asia and Australia; Europe; the Middle East and Africa. 

“I am humbled and honoured to share this award with our dedicated team members, financial partners and clients, without whom this win would not have been possible,” said Gooden.

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