Supreme Ventures Limited has announced a New Management Structure as of November 1, 2019, which will see the streamlining of their group of companies in preparation for more aggressive expansion across the region.
President & CEO Ann-Dawn Young Sang will now spearhead the regional implementation, supported by two new operational divisions headed by Xesus Johnston – Gaming and Operations and Dennis Chung – Shared Services, in SVL’s wholly owned subsidiary Prime Sports (Jamaica) Limited.
Young Sang will remain President & CEO, and maintain her positions on the Boards of SVL, Prime Sports (Jamaica) Limited, Supreme Ventures Racing & Entertainment Limited and Supreme Ventures Enterprises in Guyana.
The company’s expansion plans are largely being driven by the build out of operations in their newest subsidiary in Guyana, and in other opportunities.
The company has made major investments in their Jamaican infrastructure in preparation to support the coming additions.
Board Chairman Gary Peart commenting on the changes said that they were looking forward to this next chapter in the Supreme Ventures story; as they are strengthening their team and building capabilities to enable continued development through regional expansion.
This move he said enables them to leverage their talent pool to enable increase focus and development in critical growth areas while ensuring that our local operations are fully maximized.
Supreme Ventures also announced the appointment of Mr. Nicholas Mouttet as their newest Board Director.
Mr. Mouttet who is a previous Director of the Supreme Ventures Board, is the major shareholder and Chairman of Agri-Link Ltd, a main supplier to the meat industry in Trinidad and Tobago.
He is also the owner of Tropical Self Storage and is a Director of Zodiac International Investments & Holdings Limited which holds shares in Supreme.