Scotia Group Jamaica Limited has advised of the resignation of Mr. Lissant Mitchell, CEO, Scotia Investments Jamaica Limited and Director of the Board.
Mr. Mitchell who has over 20 years’ experience in the local financial industry, joined Scotia Investments in October 2007 as SVP Treasury & Capital Markets.
He was later promoted to Chief Operating Officer in 2010, and was appointed Senior Vice President Wealth Management – Scotiabank Group Jamaica & Chief Executive Officer – Scotia Investments Jamaica Limited since November 1st 2011.
Scotia Investments Jamaica Ltd (SIJL), which is a subsidiary of the Scotia Group Jamaica Ltd, has seen the departure of a number of its top executives to pursue other personal interests.
In June 2016 it was announced that Ike Johnson, assistant vice-president, business analytics and product development; Jason Morris, vice-president, business analytics and product development; and Yvonne Pandohie, vice-president and chief financial officer, demitted office to pursue other interests.
Scotia Group Jamaica Limited had indicated back in 2016 that senior staff movements which have picked up pace within the year were influenced by succession management strategies which are being executed.
SGJ advised that Mr. Mitchell’s resignation is due to take effect March 5, 2019 and he will be leaving the Scotia Group of Companies in order to pursue other personal interests.