2012 has been a busy year for the Chamber of Commerce Pension Plan, with the addition of several new, highly-experienced trustees, a new general manager, a new look and a revamped, interactive and user friendly website, all adding to the success of the Plan’s rebranding.
The introduction of new personnel, including a new trustee chairperson and a new general manager and chief operating officer, has already made significant impact on the efficiency and dynamism of the Pension Plan, while it is anticipated that the recent launch of the newly enhanced website will have an equally positive effect on the quality of service the Pension Plan will be able to offer for those who invest with the Plan.
In 2012 the Board of Trustees welcomed Bill Fleury, a qualified accountant and CFA, as the Plan’s new general manager and chief operating officer.
Mr Fleury’s 15 years’ experience in hedge and mutual fund administration coupled with his extensive audit experience has provided him with a firm platform from which to manage the Pension Fund, having worked at Butterfield Fulcrum Group Cayman Limited for two years in the roles of chief control officer and managing director of operations and prior to that for nine years at UBS Fund Services (Cayman) Ltd. where he was an associate director. He also has over five years of audit experience with PricewaterhouseCoopers in Cayman and Toronto, Canada.
“It is exciting to be working in such a dynamic and forward-thinking organisation. While our focus remains on providing top quality service and competitive returns for our members, we have also placed high importance on delivering an innovative and technology-driven service. In particular, I believe our new website will provide a useful enhancement for our members. We’ve striven to improve communications with our members. So we have introduced a more user-friendly website that offers members a far more straightforward experience with the introduction of downloadable forms and a members’ area dedicated to their specific needs.”
The Chamber Pension Plan Board of Trustees also welcomed existing trustee Lynn Roffey last year as their new chair, an accounting and finance professional who has 19 years of experience in her field of expertise. As the financial controller for Androgroup Ltd and its affiliated companies, Mrs. Roffey has an in depth understanding of local business issues, combined with significant international business experience.
“The Chamber Pension Plan listened closely to the needs of its members in planning its 2012/2013 activities. We conducted focus groups among our membership last year to provide us with important insights and this has enabled us to ensure that the improvements we enact align with the needs of our members. In this way we hope to ensure that we deliver directly to their requirements.”
Both Mrs. Roffey and Mr. Fleury look forward to continuing to implement improvements in the Pension Plan in the year ahead.
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