Berisford Grey Back At CIBC, But This Time In A Bigger Role

Earlier this year we reported that Scotia Investments was loosing its heavy weight dealmaker Berisford Grey. Now it is official that he is back ‘home’, where he was, before he came to Scotia Investments in 2011.

The Jamaica Observer is reporting that ‘CIBC First Caribbean confirmed that Grey started this Monday in Jamaica as executive director of investment banking. His remit will span the English and Dutch speaking Caribbean.’

They continue, ‘He first joined FirstCaribbean in 2004 as an associate director, then in 2007 was appointed director of capital markets for North Caribbean which included Jamaica , Bahamas, Cayman and Turks & Caicos. The new regional head learnt his trade in Belgium structuring deals including a “multi-jurisdiction secured facility, which was described as having one of the most innovative facility structures in Europe”, according to 2011 cached descriptor on Grey by FirstCaribbean.’

Moving isn’t so bad after all is it? All the best Beris!

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