Ms Campbell promoted at FirstCaribbean

FirstCaribbean International Bank has announced that Ms Tanya Campbell has been promoted to Corporate Relationship manager as a result of her commitment and contribution to the Cayman business.

Mr. Philip Swenerton, head of Corporate Banking, said, ‘Ms Campbell is an integral member of the Cayman Corporate Banking team and we look forward to her ongoing contribution to the Bank. We do our best to promote from within the organisation and we are pleased to recognise Ms. Campbell’s achievements.’

Ms Campbell first started as an accounts clerk in 1991 after graduating from the Cayman Islands High School, now known as John Gray High School. After two years as an accounts clerk, she was promoted to client accountant, states a press release.

In 1993, she was the recipient of the CIBC Scholarship- CIBC being one of the heritage organisations of FirstCaribbean International Bank.

Ms Campbell received her Bachelors and Masters Degree in Accounting from Florida International University in 1999. Upon her return to Cayman, she took a position with CIBC in the Mutual Funds division. After passing the Certified Public Accountant exam in 2000, she was promoted to Account Manager.

In 2002, Ms. Campbell had the opportunity to join the Finance division in FirstCaribbean as Assistant Financial Controller.

After moving into Corporate Banking in the fall of 2005 to further develop her banking knowledge, she was subsequently promoted to Corporate Relationship Manager in the summer of 2006. Her new role focuses on managing a portfolio of corporate clients to ensure FirstCaribbean maintains its position as a market leader in Corporate Banking.

‘My entire career with FirstCaribbean has been very challenging but also dynamic and rewarding. I am thrilled to receive this opportunity that will certainly enhance my professional development and look forward to working with the highly professional and experienced team in the Corporate division,’ said Ms Campbell.

As a Caymanian, Ms Campbell says she is grateful to be working in her home country, with friends and family close by. Her career goals include growing the corporate business and contributing to the overall success of FirstCaribbean.

Ms Campbell acknowledges that with a professional designation, ‘A world of opportunities has opened up that has enabled me to advance my career. This in turn, encourages me to continue to strive to enhance my skills and knowledge and play a part in helping others around me to achieve their goals as well.’

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