JBA forms next generation advisory committee

Posted: 11/01/2018

JBA 2.0The Jersey Bankers’ Association (JBA) has formed a next generation advisory committee known as JBA 2.0.  

Comprising 15 future banking leaders from 12 member banks, JBA 2.0 offers generational diversity to the main JBA committee, to help ensure sustainable and forward-looking industry engagement across a range of legislative, regulatory and policy initiatives.  

From this month, JBA 2.0 will work on number of contemporary research projects including, but not limited to: 
• Fintech and banking innovation
• Financial inclusion 
• Banking careers of the future.  

Each member of JBA 2.0 has also been paired with a member of the main committee to create mentoring partnerships that will develop the industry’s talent while broadening leadership viewpoints. 

Following its inaugural meeting on 9 January (pictured), Emiko Caerlewy-Smith, the creator of JBA 2.0 and current Vice President of the JBA, said: “JBA 2.0 gives future leaders of Jersey’s banking sector the opportunity to shape the industry they are set to inherit. The main JBA committee looks forward to benefiting from its ideas and perspectives.”

Pictured (l-r) are the inaugural members of JBA 2.0: Jasmine Blakemore (RBC), Rhea Munro (RBC), Daniel Kitchen (Deutsche Bank), Liam Coles (Citibank), Kimberley Hansford (HSBC), Danielle Pryce (Barclays), Tina Thomasson (Santander International), Stephen Ogborn (Lloyds), Phoebe Wrigley (BNP Paribas), Katie Cartwright (BNP Paribas), Louisa Finch (Standard Chartered), Adele Browne (Standard Bank), Harry Charteris (Santander), Matt Raimbault (UBS), Torrie Callander (RBSI), Philip Callaghan (Lloyds).

Not pictured: Tom Colclough (RBSI)


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