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LIME recognizes staff

LIME employees Suzette Ebanks, customer support associate, and Jonathan Martin, service delivery manager, received the CEO’s Award for Excellence. Belinda Sandford, sales associate from Cayman Brac, also received a special mention.

Bill McCabe, chief executive officer, LIME Cayman Islands, said, “I was delighted to present these awards to two shining stars in our business. Suzette played an integral role in managing our inventory last year and implemented new procedures that will benefit our business. Suzette has demonstrated what can be achieved through hard work, a flexible approach and a willingness to progress.

“Jonathan has worked on some of our biggest projects during last year and was a key player in the implementation of the new Wi-Fi system at Owen Roberts Airport. The system allows travelers to access the Internet for free whilst waiting for their flights and also gives them the flexibility to add roaming plans prior to travel. He is a valued and popular member of the team and often one of the first people to be called upon when something out of the ordinary comes up.”
He added, “I also made special mention of Belinda Sandford for her contribution to our business. Belinda worked hard to ensure our customers in Cayman Brac were well served during a period of transition.”

Each year, LIME names its CEO Award recipients based on the demonstration of extraordinary dedication to their work and values such as integrity, excellence, teamwork, responsiveness, innovation and inclusion, nominations are made by the management team.

New CFA curriculum available at George Town Library

The Chartered Financial Analysts Society Cayman Islands has again donated books to the Public Library Service to make the CFA curriculum available to all residents.

The CFA Institute and CFA Society presented the 2015 edition of the CFA curriculum to the George Town Public Library on Jan. 15.

Government officials led by Tara Rivers, minister for Education, Employment and Gender Affairs, accepted the material, which spans all three levels of the study program that leads to the CFA certification.

“Because of the generous donation of the CFA institute and CFA Society Cayman Islands, those living in the Cayman Islands who wish to pursue their professional designation as a Chartered Financial Analyst can easily access the resources they need for their studies free of charge,” she said. “I would like to thank both organizations for their continued support and annual donation. I would also like to thank the Cayman Islands Public Library Service for making these materials available to the public.”

President of the local Society, Monique Frederick, said the donation is one way the Society can encourage students and professionals alike to either consider pursuing the CFA designation or use this resource as reference material.

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