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Richard Byles Appointed To Board And Chairman Of 138 Student Living Jamaica Limited

138 Student Living Jamaica Limited (138SL) has advised that Mr. John Lee has resigned from the position of Chairman of the Board of 138 Student Living and its subsidiary effective July 6, 2018, and Mr. Richard Byles has been simultaneously appointed to the Board and will take-up the position of Chairman of the Company, effective […]

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138 Student Living Jamaica Reporting 56% Decrease In Net Profit After Tax For December 2017 Quarter

John Lee chairman of 138 Student Living Jamaica Limited, is reporting that the Group recorded a 56% decrease in net profit after tax of JA$4.9 Million for the quarter ended December 31, 2017 compared to first quarter of 2016. Commenting in just released unaudited consolidated financial statements, he indicated that revenue for the current quarter […]

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138 Student Living To Focus On Short Term Accommodation – Lee

John Lee Chairman of 138 Student Living Jamaica has described the company’s 2017 performance as below par. This although profit before taxation increased to JA$20 million up from a loss of JA$24 million for 2016. In his report to shareholders contained in the company’s recently released 2017 annual report, he indicated that the JA$20 million […]

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Sagicor Group Jamaica Increasing Hold On 138 Student Living Jamaica -Updated

Sagicor Group Jamaica Limited has acquired an additional 40,163,969 shares in 138 Student Living Jamaica Limited via its Sagicor Pooled Equity Fund bringing the total percentage holding to 21.88%. Sagicor Group Jamaica closed at JA$30.00 a 31cents or 1.04% gain today on the Jamaica Stock Exchange.   Sagicor Group Jamaica Limited Advises of the Acquisition […]

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