Friday, March 31, 2023

Sagicor Investments Jamaica Limited hosted, Thursday last, a dazzling shindig for clients in their wealth management portfolio. The Jack's Hill venue perched high above the city aptly reflected the evening's theme – wealth redefined. Handling catering duties were chefs Jacqui Tyson, Shea Stewart, and Alexa Von Strolley with the Truly Marvalous Cakes and Pastries by Marva Clemetson pastry bar sweetening the conversations as old friends caught up and new ones were introduced.

Sagicor Group Jamaica President and CEO Christopher Zacca and Sagicor Investments CEO Tara Nunes were the consummate hosts. Bianca Nam, vice-president – Wealth and Corporate Relationship Management at Sagicor Investments, used the opportunity to personally introduce her team.

Media personality Yendi Phillipps was the evening's compère and reggae crooner Tarrus Riley serenaded with his rich vocals.

Page 2 shares highlights.

Presidential MattersSagicor Group Jamaica President and CEO Christopher Zacca (centre) was seen in light-hearted banter with Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ) President Metry Seaga (left) and Factories Corporation of Jamaica (FCJ) chairman Lyttleton "Tanny" Shirley. (Photo: Leo Hudson)
<strong id="strong-41dbf62389cb6c7f6c1b6063473f458b">Date Night –</strong> Jamaica Broilers Vice-President of Finance &amp; Corporate Planning Ian Persard and his wife Karen were also spotted. (Photo: Leo Hudson)
<strong id="strong-95469df4627cd95f34ce2e44b7042c29">Business of Style –</strong> PanJam Chief Investment Officer Paul Facey and his attorney-at-law wife Heather Sykes-Facey were not to be missed by the Page 2 lens. (Photo: Leo Hudson)
<strong id="strong-3697b058094d1f12a32964359376bbcb">#StandingStrong</strong>......were (from front clockwise) Sagicor Investments Jamaica Limited CEO Tara Nunes; Bianca Nam, vice-president – Wealth and Relationship Management; Karen Richards, assistant vice-president – Investment Client Services; Mischa McLeod Hines, vice-president – Capital Markets; and Roger McKenzie, assistant vice- president – Treasury and Trading. (Photo: Leo Hudson)
<strong id="strong-9cc6a8af69237d964492cee7e667e6b4">Here For You </strong>– Bianca Nam (front), vice-president, Wealth and Relationship Management, Sagicor Investments, introduced her team of 'redefined' wealth managers: (From left) Shadeca Garnes-Daley, Richard Graham, Tyshaun Lindo, and Alicia Thomas. (Photo: Leo Hudson)
<strong id="strong-941dfcd97a3dd0327b8484e8168838b8">Silver Belle! –</strong> The evening's compère Yendi Phillipps stunned in a metallic silver gown. (Photo: Leo Hudson)
<strong id="strong-167b7ae49937f0ff1872782c60188a1a">A Regal Affair –</strong> Tarrus Riley's 2006 hit She's Royal was naturally well-received by the women. (Photo: Leo Hudson)
<strong id="strong-3606c24329a1a1b7db44877357736167">Supportive Partner – </strong>Sagicor Investments Capital Markets Manager Theola Moore-Bruce had her surgeon hubby, Carl, trade in his scrubs for a suit and serve as arm candy for the evening. (Photo: Leo Hudson)
<strong id="strong-74c7995b606396328ba7eb37fd404eed">Cheers! – </strong>Boss Furniture founder and CEO Omar Azan (left) and his wife Lezanne (second left), a certified life and health coach, raised a toast with friends Deborah McConnell and Raymond Rousseau. (Photo: Leo Hudson)

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