Chamber Pension Plan has announced the appointment of Stuart Jessop as its new board chairman.
Members of the board of trustees serve on a voluntary basis for three to five years and are active members in the business community covering different industry sectors. Mr. Jessop represents the professional and finance-employers industry sector on the board.
William Fleury, chief operating officer and general manager of Chamber Pension Plan, said the organisation is pleased to have such a distinguished professional take on the role of chairman.
“Stuart has an abundance of experience in financial services is a great fit for the Chamber Pension Plan,” Mr. Fleury said.
Mr. Jessop is a director and executive vice president at Advantage International Management Limited in Cayman.
“From my current role in Advantage International Management and having been a longstanding member of the organisation, I feel I can draw from my current and past experiences to contribute to success of Chamber Pension Plan,” Mr. Jessop said.
He previously worked for a global private bank in London, the Bahamas, Isle of Man and the Cayman Islands. Mr. Jessop is a chartered accountant, who started his professional career with Ernst & Young.