Kathleen Moss appointed chairman of JN Bank

Sunday, April 21, 2019

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Kathleen Moss has been appointed chairman of JN Bank Limited.

Moss is a management consultant and chartered business valuator with Sierra Associates, an independent advisory and business valuation firm that she established in 1993.

Her appointment follows several changes to the chairmanship of boards in the JN Group, which became effective on April 17, according to a JN news release.

The changes include:

Elizabeth Ann Jones has been appointed co-deputy chairman, along with Dr Dhiru Tanna, of Jamaica National Group Limited and chairman of the JN Financial Group Limited. Ms Jones will continue as chairman for JN Fund Managers Limited.

William Mahfood has assumed the role of chairman of JN Money Services Limited.

Peter Morris will take on the role of chairman of JN General Insurance Company Limited, in addition to being chairman of JN Life Insurance Limited.

All newly appointed chairmen are directors of Jamaica National Group Limited.

Other JN Group chairmen are:

• Mr Parris Lyew-Ayee, JN Foundation and JN Small Business Loans Limited

• Mr Raphael Gordon, MCS Group Limited

• Mr Gladstone Lewars, JN Cayman

• Ms Onika Miller, all non-financial companies in the JN Group.

Oliver Clarke will continue to chair the board of The Jamaica National Group Limited.

Earl Jarrett, chief executive officer of Jamaica National Group, noted that Moss is an experienced company director, and said she will do an excellent job in her new role as chairman of JN Bank.

Jarrett further stated that he is confident of the abilities of all the newly appointed chairmen.

“It is clear that JN has in place a great leadership team that will not only navigate the challenges of business, but that will also carry on the legacy of its predecessors,” he noted. “The group will continue to innovate and to find new ways of positively impacting the Jamaican community.”

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