Lee-Chin takes leave of absence from NCB Financial Group

NCB Financial Group Limited (NCBFG) has announced that its chairman Michael Lee-Chin is taking a leave of absence effective immediately from the boards of NCBFG, National Commercial Bank Jamaica Limited (NCBJ) and Guardian Holdings Limited (GHL).

The company said on Wednesday that the leave of absence is to allow Lee-Chin “to focus on certain pressing business and personal matters” and it is anticipated that it will last approximately three months.

During the period of absence, the Board of NCBFG will be chaired by its Lead Independent Director, Professor Alvin Wint, the company said.

It added that the boards of NCBJ and GHL will continue to be led by their current chairman, Patrick Hylton.

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