MICHAEL LEE CHIN HOSTS COCKTAILS AND CONVERSATION IN CAYMAN

NCB Financial Group Chairman, Michael Lee Chin, recently hosted an informal evening on his approach to wealth creation for clients and contacts in the Cayman Islands.

Michael’s mission is to provide the same access to investment opportunities that are typically reserved for the institutional investor to all clients. During the evening, guests had the chance to meet NCB Cayman’s newly appointed portfolio manager, Alessandro Sax CFA, as well as investment executives from NCB Financial Group’s subsidiary, Clarien Bank, in Bermuda. The combined team has the capability to devise customised wealth creation solutions to meet the needs of a wide range of clients and investment objectives.

Michael Lee Chin is a businessman, investor and philanthropist. In 1987, Michael bought a company with holdings of around $800,000 and developed it into a fund that today controls around $6 billion with hundreds of thousands of investors. He is executive chairman of Caribbean financial services giant, NCB Financial Group, which has recently been named as
the largest financial services group in the Caribbean. NCB has had a private banking and investment management business in the Cayman Islands since 1992, and Michael is personally a regular visitor, with a home and other investments in Cayman.

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Financial Services Regulator: The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA)
Home Supervisor: The Bank of Jamaica (BOJ)
Head office: NATIONAL COMMERCIAL BANK LIMITED, 32 Trafalgar Road, Kingston 10, Jamaica W.I.