Career & Education

Reboot, reform, take charge

Sunday, February 04, 2018

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JMMB Group recently hosted another seminar in its JMMB Her Wealth Inspired Women Series, under the theme 'New Year, New You: Reboot. Reform. Take Charge' at the newly opened BMW showroom.

The event featured Donna Duncan-Scott, the company's culture and human development executive, as well as Rochelle Cameron, vice-president of legal and regulatory — Jamaica, Cayman and Trinidad & Tobago at FLOW, who used their engaging and practical presentations to inspire and empower the over 100 women in attendance.

This event forms a part of the series of all-women lifestyle events organised by JMMB Group to complement its JMMB Her Wealth campaign which was launched last year, offering a complete financial solution that includes investments, loans, savings, insurance offerings and a rewards programme. This financial solution was developed in response to a perceived gap that had been identified in the market by research that suggested the need for financial institutions to deepen their relationship with women.

The series is in keeping with the company's objective to provide financial education to its clients on how to achieve their financial goals by pairing lifestyle-related topics with financial issues.

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