CIBC FirstCaribbean appoints new Chief Risk Officer #barbados #finance #money #canada #firstcaribbean

The Board of Directors of CIBC FirstCaribbean has appointed Geoff Scott to the post of Chief Risk Officer, subject to regulatory approvals. He replaces Hugh Boyle, who recently left the bank.

Geoff is a seasoned Banker, possessing some 20 years experience in capital markets, corporate credit and risk management.

Geoff is a CIBC executive who is adept at team building, with deep banking and credit risk experience. His varied knowledge and his reputation as a results-oriented individual, is expected to serve CIBC FirstCaribbean well during the current economic climate.

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CIBC FirstCaribbean is the largest, regionally-listed bank in the English and Dutch speaking Caribbean serving over 500,000 accounts in 17 markets, through 3,400 staff, across 100 branches and offices. The bank offers a full range of market-leading financial services in: Corporate and Investment Banking, Treasury Sales and Trading, Retail Banking, Wealth Management, Small Business and Credit Cards.

Moreover, his range of expertise in originating, structuring, negotiating and syndicating debt transactions, among others has been well honed in increasingly challenging and senior roles he has performed over the years with reputable financial institutions, including National Bank of Canada, Royal Bank of Canada and Deutsche Bank.

He is currently Vice President, Commercial Banking for the Greater Toronto Area.

Geoff’s experience includes client facing roles in corporate and commercial banking, as well as operational support roles in risk management. His previous experience as a member of the Global Risk Committee for National Bank will be particularly relevant in this role.

CIBC FirstCaribbean welcomes Geoff Scott to his new role.

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