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US$000 US$000
2023 Company 2022 2021
1 TT Massy Holdings Limited $1,824,063 $1,653,484
2 TT Guardian Holdings Limited $1,068,271 $1,041,146
3 JA NCB Financial Group Ltd. $997,548 $780,871
4 TT ANSA Mc Al Limited $962,452 $887,023
5 JA GraceKennedy Limited $953,105 $833,773
6 TT Republic Financial Holdings Limited $900,276 $862,188
7 JA Sagicor Group Jamaica Limited $647,516 $661,298
8 JA Jamaica Broilers Group Limited $609,247 $479,660
9 TT Agostini’s Limited $604,219 $536,127
10 BB First Caribbean International Limited $599,280 $543,052
11 JA Seprod Limited $523,017 $282,954
12 BB Goddard Enterprises Limited $484,416 $378,583
13 JA Supreme Ventures Limited $339,186 $283,530
14 TT First Citizens Group Limited $315,429 $318,201
15 JA Productive Business Solutions Limited $311,997 $223,997
16 TT Trinidad Cement Limited $304,016 $281,801
17 JA Scotia Group Jamaica Ltd. $285,363 $243,780
18 TT Scotiabank Trinidad & Tobago Limited $279,948 $257,089
19 JA Wisynco Group Limited $260,368 $205,148
20 JA JMMB Group Limited $240,488 $176,396
21 JA Jamaica Producers Group Limited $193,387 $161,330
22 GY Banks DIH Ltd. $190,431 $179,335
23 EC  The West Indies Oil Company Ltd. $181,450 $123,036
24 JA Caribbean Cement Company Limited $172,289 $153,717
25 TT Prestige Holdings Limited $162,997 $105,811
26 JA Lasco Distributors Limited $155,619 $130,802
26 TT Angostura Holdings Limited $151,904 $136,939
27 GY Demerara Distillers Ltd. (Group) $150,868 $138,271
28 EC St. Lucia Electricity Services Ltd. $147,634 $109,179
29 JA Derrimon Trading Company Limited $122,831 $114,416
30 JA Caribbean Producers Jamaica Ltd. $119,960 $58,178
31 JA Carreras Limited $108,195 $101,586
32 TT The West Indian Tobacco Company Limited $106,798 $126,635
33 TT ANSA Merchant Bank Limited (Group) $106,335 $171,745
34 JA General Accident Insurance Co Ja $100,785 $90,011
35 EC Grenada Electricity Services Limited $88,601 $66,027
36 JA Future Energy Source Company $84,494 $37,764
37 TT National Flour Mills Limited $78,585 $65,624
38 GY Republic Bank Guyana Ltd. $65,024 $59,504
39 JA Transjamaican Highway Limited $65,006 $52,755
40 JA Lasco Manufacturing Limited $63,223 $52,990
41 JA Kingston Wharves Limited $63,191 $55,929
42 JA Barita Investments Limited $59,692 $52,333
43 EC S. L. Horsford & Co Ltd. $54,629 $48,501
44 TT PLIPDECO Limited $53,667 $47,567
45 TT One Caribbean Media Limited $48,400 $45,715
46 JA Mayberry Investments Limited $46,423 $28,923
47 JA Proven Investments Jamaica Limited $45,971 $29,498
48 TT National Enterprises Limited $45,157 $4,945
49 JA Fontana Limited $42,297 $33,219
50 EC Dominica Electricity Services $41,567 $34,092
51 EC St. Kitts Nevis Anguilla Trading & Development Company $40,298 $42,856
52 TT Unilever Caribbean Limited $37,780 $34,649
53 JA Mayberry Jamaican Equities Limited $36,317 $18,465
54 JA Radio Jamaica Limited $36,252 $36,825
55 BB Insurance Corporation Of B’DOS Limited $36,092 $52,196
56 BB West India Biscuit Compant Limited $33,545 $30,712
57 GY Guyana Bank for Trade & Industry Ltd. $32,302 $27,787
58 GY Demerara Bank Limited $30,279 $27,104
59 EC East Caribbean Financial Holding Company $29,691 $27,271
60 EC Republic Bank (Grenada) Limited $25,499 $24,169
61 TT Trinidad and Tobago NGL Limited $24,820 $28,881
62 EC St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla National Bank Ltd. $23,418 $22,971
63 EC Grenada Co-operative Bank Ltd. $23,220 $21,265
64 GY Sterling Products Limited $22,800 $20,046
65 TT LJ Williams Limited $22,536 $22,483
66 JA FosRich Company Limited $22,492 $15,160
67 JA Berger Paints Jamaica Limited $21,977 $20,041
68 GY Citizens Bank Guyana Inc. $21,796 $18,034
69 EC Bank of St. Vincent and the Grenadines $20,158 $18,811
70 JA Honey Bun (1982) Limited $19,693 $13,833
71 JA Everything Fresh Limited $17,597 $10,412
72 JA Tropical Battery Company Limited $17,506 $12,877
73 TT Guardian Media Limited $17,373 $15,559
74 JA Lasco Financial Services Limited $16,750 $14,785
75 JA Jamaican Teas Limited $16,464 $14,638
76 JA Victoria Mutual Investments Limited – Group $15,918 $11,968
77 JA PanJam Investment Limited $15,677 $27,716
78 BB Cave Shepherd & Company Limited $15,536 $13,833
79 JA Dolphin Cove Limited $15,114 $7,640
80 JA Wigton Windfarm Limited $14,793 $13,213
81 JA Key Insurnace Company Limited $14,787 $12,347
82 JA Express Catering Limited $14,241 $4,412
83 JA Caribbean Cream Limited $13,907 $12,059
84 JA Access Financial Services Ltd. Group $13,193 $11,729
85 JA Stationery & Office Supplies Limited $11,657 $7,253
86 TT Endeavour Holdings Limited $11,621 $12,586
87 JA Paramount Trading (Jamaica) Limited $11,449 $9,269
88 JA Mailpac Group Limited $11,246 $11,734
89 JA Lumber Depot Limited $10,495 $9,216
90 JA Main Event Entertainment Group Ltd $10,329 $4,890
91 JA Sygnus Credit Investments Limited – Group $9,773 $11,125
92 JA First Rock Real Estate Investments Limited $9,359 $5,300
93 JA Consolidated Bakeries Jamaica Limited $9,111 $6,962
94 JA The Limners and Bards Limited $8,967 $7,913
95 JA Salada Foods Jamaica Limited $8,912 $7,671
96 JA 138 Student Living Jamaica Limited $7,908 $5,243
97 JA Jamaica Stock Exchange Limited $7,566 $6,435
98 JA Knutsford Express Limited $7,426 $4,058
99 JA CAC 2000 Limited $7,407 $6,744
100 JA IronRock Insurance Company Limited $7,363 $5,682
101 JA Spur Tree Spices Jamaica Limited $6,858 $5,543
102 JA AMG Packaging & Paper Company $6,640 $4,552
103 JA Indies Pharma Jamaica Limited $6,250 $5,460
104 JA Pulse Investments Limited $6,205 $5,204
105 JA Portland JSX Limited $5,584 $3,067
106 JA Image Plus Consultants Limited $5,184
107 JA Caribbean Flavours & Fragrances Ltd $5,149 $4,344
108 JA Dolla Financial Services Limited $4,933 $2,444
109 JA Regency Petroleum Co. Limited $4,542
110 JA Sygnus Real Estate Finance Limited – Group $4,425 $6,940
111 JA Palace Amusement Company (1921) Limited $4,328 $682
112 JA Elite Diagnostic Limited $4,162 $3,268
113 JA Blue Power Group Limited $3,510 $3,443
114 JA Kingston Properties Limited – Group $3,481 $3,133
115 JA Caribbean Assurance Brokers Limited $3,374 $2,986
116 JA Stanley Motta Limited $3,330 $3,176
117 JA JFP Limited $3,177 $1,507
118 JA Cargo Handlers Limited $3,150 $2,175
119 JA Eppley Limited $2,923 $2,493
120 JA ISP Financial Services Limited $2,876 $2,799
121 JA Magaritaville Ltd $2,618 $48
122 JA Ttech Limited $2,495 $2,529
123 JA One On One Educatinal Services Limited $1,780 $1,733
124 TT CinemaONE Limited $1,433 $308
125 JA Edufocal Limited $1,250 $1,194
126 JA GWEST Corporation Limited $975 $729
127 JA Sterling Investments Limited $830 $1,892

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Businessuite 2023 #1 Caribbean Company by US$ Profit after Tax – National Enterprises Limited

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US$000 US$000
2023 Company 2022 2021
1 TT National Enterprises Limited $292,000 -$40,183

National Enterprises Limited (NEL) is an investment holding company incorporated on August 27, 1999 by the Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. NEL was formed to consolidate the Government’s shareholding in selected State Enterprises and facilitate public offerings on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange.

NEL has invested in industries that drive the economy of Trinidad and Tobago: natural gas and energy-based manufacturing, telecommunications, power generation, and the marketing and manufacturing of basic foods.

NEL holds significant shareholding in the following companies:

• NGC NGL Company Limited (NGC NGL);
• NGC Trinidad and Tobago LNG Limited (NGC LNG);
• Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (TSTT);
• Trinidad Nitrogen Co. Limited (TRINGEN);
• National Flour Mills Limited (NFM);
• NEL Power Holdings Limited (NPHL); and
• Pan West Engineers and Constructors, LLC (Pan West).

Through NEL, individual and corporate investors can share in the financial stability and staying power of these enterprises. Today, over 5,000 citizens who will continue to benefit from our consistent dividend payments own 100 million of the 600 million issued shares in NEL.

As of September 30, 2022, the fair market value of National Enterprises Limited’s (NEL) equity investments in subsidiaries, joint ventures and associate companies based on IFRS 9, was TT$3.42 Billion, an increase of 92% compared to the $1.78 Billion as of March 31, 2021, the last reporting date.

NEL’s Financial Position
For the financial period ended September 30, 2022 (FY2022), NEL recorded a net profit of $1.98 Billion, an increase of over $2 Billion as compared to the previous financial year (FY2021), where NEL recorded a loss of $270 Million.

NEL’s increased net profit over the eighteen-month financial period ended September 30, 2022 includes the unrealized fair value gain of $1.7 Billion from NEL’s portfolio companies in the energy sector.

NEL Power Holdings increased by $21.3 Million or 19.7% over its value as of March 31, 2021. This was offset by declines in the fair values of Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (TSTT) and National Flour Mills Limited (NFM).

NEL also registered an operating profit of $297 Million in FY2022 versus the $28 Million recorded in financial year ended March 31 2021 (FY2021).

Management has continued with prudent cost management practices while pursuing operational efficiencies. Operating expenses in FY22 have remained consistent at $8.8 Million for the eighteen-month period compared to $4.99 Million for the twelve-month FY2021.

Charles Maynard
General Manager National Enterprises Limited

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Businessuite 2023 #1 Caribbean Company By US$ Revenue  – Massy Holdings Limited

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2023 Company 2022 2021
1 TT Massy Holdings Limited $1,824,063 $1,653,484

2022 was the 99th year of operations for the Massy Group of Companies, formerly Neal & Massy. Given the tumultuous environment in the world today, coupled with the success the Group has experienced in focusing on its three main Portfolios and success in international expansion, we have created a new vision for the Massy Group as it approaches 100 years of operations:

“A Global Force For Good, An Investment Holding Company with a Caribbean Heart”

Several developments have inspired this new vision. First, we are called to expand our sphere of influence beyond the Caribbean Basin. We recognise that our Purpose and Values resonate with people from diverse backgrounds, religions, and races.

The Group has never been more profitable and our Balance Sheet has never been stronger.

Operating Profit from Business Units grew by 25 percent from TT$961 million (US$143 million) in FY2021 to TT$1.2 billion (US$178 million) in FY2022.

Profit Before Tax (PBT) from Continuing Operations grew by 11 percent from FY 2021 to FY 2022; growth was impacted by the underperformance of the overseas cash investments held by the Group in FY2022 compared to the significant gains produced in those investments in FY 2021.
The Group’s Debt to Equity is down to 25 percent and in addition to its TT$1.2 billion in cash at the end of the year, the Group has US$176 million invested overseas to fund acquisitions and growth initiatives.

The Group’s governance has been strengthened with the creation of Portfolio Boards of Directors with Independent Directors and with increased autonomy and decision-making being implemented throughout our operations.

Mr. E. Gervase Warner, President &
Group CEO
Massy Group of Companies

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Businessuite 2023 Top 100 Caribbean Chief Executive Officers

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Businessuite 2023 Top 100 Caribbean  Chief Executive Officers –      % change US$ Profit after Tax
CR US$000 US$000 %
2023 Company Chief Executive Officer 2022 2021 Change
1 TT Endeavour Holdings Limited Anthony Rahael $6,359 $648 881.37%
2 JA General Accident Insurance Co Ja Sharon Donaldson $3,982 $962 313.87%
3 BB Goddard Enterprises Limited Anthony H. Ali $34,102 $11,143 206.03%
4 JA Stationery & Office Supplies Limited Allan McDaniel, $1,710 $691 147.64%
5 JA Future Energy Source Company Limited Jeremy Barnes $1,691 $697 142.52%
6 JA Tropical Battery Company Limited Alexander Melville $1,314 $570 130.66%
7 EC S. L. Horsford & Co Ltd. Anthony Kelsick $3,892 $1,856 109.66%
8 JA NCB Financial Group Ltd. Patrick Hylton $266,216 $129,445 105.66%
9 JA Lasco Financial Services Limited Jacinth Hall-Tracey, $2,043 $1,011 102.18%
10 JA Portland JSX Limited Michael Lee-Chin $4,277 $2,116 102.13%
11 JA Mayberry Jamaican Equities Limited Natalie Glitzenhirn-Augustin $33,193 $16,450 101.78%
12 JA Dolphin Cove Limited Stafford Burrowes $2,967 $1,511 96.36%
13 JA Blue Power Group Limited Vishwanauth Tolan $1,291 $687 87.81%
14 JA Cargo Handlers Limited Antony M. Hart $1,928 $1,029 87.37%
15 JA Jamaica Broilers Group Limited Christopher Levy $28,607 $15,464 84.98%
16 JA First Rock Real Estate Investments Limited Ryan Reid $4,050 $2,221 82.35%
17 EC East Caribbean Financial Holding Company Rolf Phillips $15,431 $8,473 82.13%
18 JA Access Financial Services Ltd. Marcus James $2,920 $1,713 70.45%
19 JA FosRich Company Limited Cecil Foster $2,165 $1,286 68.34%
20 GY Citizens Bank Guyana Inc. Eton M. Chester $8,644 $5,279 63.74%
21 JA Mayberry Investments Limited Gary Peart $31,592 $19,738 60.05%
22 EC Republic Bank (Grenada) Limited Naomi E. DE Allie $3,849 $2,523 52.56%
23 JA Seprod Limited Richard Pandohie $19,458 $12,853 51.38%
24 JA Productive Business Solutions Limited Pedro Paris Coronado $8,476 $5,599 51.38%
25 JA Scotia Group Jamaica Ltd. Audrey Tugwell Henry $77,885 $54,228 43.62%
26 JA Derrimon Trading Company Limited Derrick Cotterell $4,119 $2,890 42.52%
27 TT Guardian Holdings Limited Ravi Tewari $166,912 $118,625 40.71%
28 BB First Caribbean International Limited Mark St. Hill $176,393 $125,721 40.31%
29 TT Agostini’s Limited Anthony Agostini $40,550 $28,904 40.29%
30 JA Supreme Ventures Limited Gary Peart $20,525 $14,996 36.87%
31 JA Wisynco Group Limited Andrew Mahfood $27,031 $19,810 36.45%
32 JA 138 Student Living Jamaica Limited Cranston Ewan $2,123 $1,577 34.63%
33 JA Sygnus Credit Investments Limited Berisford Grey $5,134 $3,823 34.29%
34 BB Cave Shepherd & Company Limited Roger M. Cave $6,771 $5,070 33.55%
35 JA Lumber Depot Limited Noel Dawes $1,226 $935 31.16%
36 JA Spur Tree Spices Jamaica Limited Albert Bailey $771 $589 30.94%
37 JA Indies Pharma Jamaica Limited Dr. Guna Muppuri $1,487 $1,151 29.14%
38 JA Caribbean Cement Company Limited Yago Castro $35,901 $27,994 28.24%
39 JA Lasco Manufacturing Limited James E. D. Rawle $11,386 $8,896 27.99%
40 TT One Caribbean Media Limited Dawn Thomas $4,217 $3,303 27.67%
41 JA Victoria Mutual Investments Limited – Group Rezworth Burchenson $4,613 $3,637 26.83%
42 JA Kingston Properties Limited – Group Kevin Richards $3,800 $3,018 25.91%
43 JA Pulse Investments Limited Kingsley Cooper $11,914 $9,472 25.78%
44 JA Fontana Limited Anne Chang $4,042 $3,303 22.37%
45 GY Guyana Bank for Trade & Industry Ltd. Richard Isava $11,642 $9,588 21.43%
46 JA Radio Jamaica Limited Gary Allen $1,310 $1,100 19.09%
47 TT Republic Financial Holdings Limited Nigel M. Baptise $248,361 $214,669 15.69%
48 JA Lasco Distributors Limited John De Silva $6,778 $5,864 15.58%
49 GY Republic Bank Guyana Ltd. Nigel M. Baptiste $20,572 $17,909 14.87%
50 BB West India Biscuit Compant Limited Lorenzo Roach $5,014 $4,366 14.84%
51 TT Scotiabank Trinidad & Tobago Limited Gayle Pazos-Phillips $100,848 $89,677 12.46%
52 JA Stanley Motta Limited Melanie Subratie $5,659 $5,147 9.93%
53 TT First Citizens Bank Limited Karen Darbasie $108,187 $99,150 9.11%
54 GY Sterling Products Limited Ramsay Ali $892 $818 9.06%
55 TT PLIPDECO Limited Ernest Ashley Taylor $6,416 $5,936 8.08%
56 JA Jamaica Producers Group Limited Jeffrey Hall $26,580 $24,629 7.92%
57 JA Barita Investments Limited Dane Brodber $28,148 $26,169 7.56%
58 GY Demerara Distillers Ltd. Komal R. Samaroo $25,552 $23,950 6.69%
59 TT Massy Holdings Limited E. Gervase Warner $106,688 $100,334 6.33%
60 EC The West Indies Oil Company Ltd. Joe fernandez $7,196 $6,827 5.40%
61 EC Bank of St. Vincent and the Grenadines Derry Williams $1,077 $1,026 4.91%
62 JA Carreras Limited Raoul Glynn $24,244 $24,044 0.83%

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Businessuite 2023 Top 100 Caribbean Companies – US$ Profit after Tax
US$000 US$000
2023 Company 2022 2021
1 TT National Enterprises Limited $292,000 -$40,183
2 JA NCB Financial Group Ltd. $266,216 $129,445
3 TT Republic Financial Holdings Limited $248,361 $214,669
4 BB First Caribbean International Limited  $176,393 $125,721
5 TT Guardian Holdings Limited $166,912 $118,625
6 JA Sagicor Group Jamaica Limited  $110,666 $113,760
7 TT First Citizens Bank Limited $108,187 $99,150
8 TT Massy Holdings Limited $106,688 $100,334
9 TT Scotiabank Trinidad & Tobago Limited   $100,848 $89,677
10 JA Scotia Group Jamaica Ltd. $77,885 $54,228
11 JA GraceKennedy Limited $50,641 $57,646
12 JA JMMB Group Limited  $41,846 $49,768
13 TT Agostini’s Limited  $40,550 $28,904
14 TT The West Indian Tobacco Company Limited $38,581 $68,384
15 TT ANSA Mc Al Limited $37,098 $103,582
16 GY Banks DIH Ltd. $36,445 $38,448
17 JA Caribbean Cement Company Limited $35,901 $27,994
18 BB Goddard Enterprises Limited $34,102 $11,143
19 JA Mayberry Jamaican Equities Limited $33,193 $16,450
20 JA PanJam Investment Limited $31,967 $46,758
21 JA Mayberry Investments Limited $31,592 $19,738
22 JA Jamaica Broilers Group Limited $28,607 $15,464
23 JA Barita Investments Limited $28,148 $26,169
24 JA Wisynco Group Limited $27,031 $19,810
25 JA Jamaica Producers Group Limited $26,580 $24,629
26 GY Demerara Distillers Ltd. $25,552 $23,950
27 JA Carreras Limited $24,244 $24,044
28 TT Angostura Holdings Limited $21,421 $23,524
29 GY Republic Bank Guyana Ltd. $20,572 $17,909
30 JA Supreme Ventures Limited $20,525 $14,996
31 JA Seprod Limited $19,458 $12,853
32 JA Kingston Wharves Limited             $18,261 $20,961
33 EC East Caribbean Financial Holding Company $15,431 $8,473
34 EC St. Lucia Electricity Services Ltd. $14,667 $15,016
35 GY Demerara Bank Limited $14,188 $14,774
36 JA Pulse Investments Limited $11,914 $9,472
37 GY Guyana Bank for Trade & Industry Ltd. $11,642 $9,588
38 JA Lasco Manufacturing Limited $11,386 $8,896
39 GY Citizens Bank Guyana Inc. $8,644 $5,279
40 TT Trinidad Cement Limited $8,526 $28,294
41 JA Productive Business Solutions Limited $8,476 $5,599
42 JA Caribbean Producers Jamaica Limited (Group)  $7,722 -$2,518
43 EC  The West Indies Oil Company Ltd. $7,196 $6,827
44 JA Lasco Distributors Limited $6,778 $5,864
45 BB Cave Shepherd & Company Limited $6,771 $5,070
46 TT PLIPDECO Limited  $6,416 $5,936
47 TT Endeavour Holdings Limited $6,359 $648
48 JA Stanley Motta Limited  $5,659 $5,147
49 TT Prestige Holdings Limited $5,232 -$4,205
50 JA Sygnus Credit Investments Limited $5,134 $3,823
51 BB West India Biscuit Compant Limited $5,014 $4,366
52 JA Sygnus Real Estate Finance Limited – Group $4,621 $0
53 JA Victoria Mutual Investments Limited – Group $4,613 $3,637
54 JA Portland JSX Limited $4,277 $2,116
55 TT One Caribbean Media Limited $4,217 $3,303
56 JA Derrimon Trading Company Limited $4,119 $2,890
57 JA First Rock Real Estate Investments Limited $4,050 $2,221
58 JA Fontana Limited $4,042 $3,303
59 JA General Accident Insurance Co Ja $3,982 $962
60 EC S. L. Horsford & Co Ltd. $3,892 $1,856
61 EC Republic Bank (Grenada) Limited $3,849 $2,523
62 JA Kingston Properties Limited – Group $3,800 $3,018
63 EC Grenada Electricity Services Limited $3,149 $5,499
64 JA Dolphin Cove Limited $2,967 $1,511
65 JA Access Financial Services Ltd. $2,920 $1,713
66 JA FosRich Company Limited $2,165 $1,286
67 JA 138 Student Living Jamaica Limited $2,123 $1,577
68 JA Wigton Windfarm Limited $2,058 $5,111
69 JA Mailpac Group Limited $2,054 $2,565
70 JA Lasco Financial Services Limited $2,043 $1,011
71 JA Jamaica Stock Exchange Limited $2,003 $3,207
72 JA Cargo Handlers Limited $1,928 $1,029
73 JA Dolla Financial Services Limited $1,870 $0
74 EC St. Kitts Nevis Anguilla Trading & Development Company $1,771 $3,126
75 JA Stationery & Office Supplies Limited $1,710 $691
76 JA Future Energy Source Company Limited  $1,691 $697
77 JA Eppley Limited $1,592 $1,622
78 JA Indies Pharma Jamaica Limited $1,487 $1,151
79 TT Unilever Caribbean Limited $1,441 $28,055
80 JA Honey Bun (1982) Limited $1,357 $1,410
81 JA Tropical Battery Company Limited $1,314 $570
82 JA Radio Jamaica Limited $1,310 $1,100
83 JA Blue Power Group Limited $1,291 $687
84 JA Lumber Depot Limited $1,226 $935
85 JA Salada Foods Jamaica Limited $1,170 $101
86 JA Paramount Trading (Jamaica) Limited $1,164 $410
87 JA Express Catering Limited $1,097 -$1,734
88 JA Jamaican Teas Limited $1,084 $3,780
89 EC Bank of St. Vincent and the Grenadines $1,077 $1,026
90 JA Main Event Entertainment Group Ltd $1,009 $104
91 TT LJ Williams Limited $972 $1,132
92 JA The Limners and Bards Limited $960 $990
93 GY Sterling Products Limited $892 $818
94 JA Spur Tree Spices Jamaica Limited $771 $589
95 EC Grenada Co-operative Bank Ltd. $747 $3,656
96 JA Medical Disposables & Supplies Ltd. $703 $449
97 JA AMG Packaging & Paper Company $700 $391
98 JA Image Plus Consultants Limited $629
99 JA Caribbean Assurance Brokers Limited $520 $362
100 JA Knutsford Express Limited $519 -$619
101 JA Caribbean Flavours & Fragrances Ltd $411 $513
102 JA ISP Financial Services Limited $384 $351
103 JA Regency Petroleum Co. Limited $376
104 TT Guardian Media Limited $363 $624
105 JA Key Insurance Company Limited $362 $1,034
106 JA Elite Diagnostic Limited $324 $12
107 JA Everything Fresh Limited $321 -$178
108 JA Sterling Investments Limited $285 $1,030
109 JA IronRock Insurance Company Limited $188 $346
110 JA KLE Group Limited $166 $166
111 JA JETCON Corporation Limited $165 $99
112 JA GWEST Corporation Limited $161 $143
113 JA CAC 2000 Limited $136 $257
114 JA MFS Capital Partners Limited $121 $0
115 JA JFP Limited $100 $0
116 JA Consolidated Bakeries Jamaica Limited $93 -$114
117 JA One On One Educatinal Services Limited $82 $0
118 JA Berger Paints Jamaica Limited $5 $795
119 JA Icreate Limited $0 -$208
120 EC The Bank of Nevis Ltd. $0 $9,556
121 BB Banks Holdings Limited $0 $6,516
122 JA Caribbean Cream Limited -$61 $649
123 JA Ttech Limited -$161 $53
124 EC Dominica Electricity Services -$290 $1,338
125 JA QWI Investments Limited -$329 $2,255
126 JA Magaritaville Ltd -$609 -$1,382
127 JA Edufocal Limited -$1,192 $0
128 JA Palace Amusement Company (1921) Limited -$1,738 -$2,470
129 JA MPC Caribbean Clean Energy Limited -$2,185 $1,141
130 BB Insurance Corporation Of B’DOS Limited -$4,632 $10,719
131 JA Proven Investments Limited -$5,361 $14,910
132 JA Transjamaican Highway Limited -$7,140 $3,991
133 TT ANSA Merchant Bank Limited (Group) -$9,000 $45,515
134 TT Trinidad and Tobago NGL Limited -$59,374 $76,198
135 EC St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla National Bank Ltd. -$109,709 $69,766

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Businessuite 2023 #1 Jamaica Main Market Chief Executive Officer Patrick Hylton NCB Financial Group Ltd.

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2023 Company Chief Executive Officer 2022 2021 change
1 JA NCB Financial Group Ltd. Patrick Hylton $266,216 $129,445 105.66%

Hon. Patrick Hylton, OJ, CD
President & Group Chief Executive Officer
NCB Financial Group

With more than three decades of experience in banking and finance, Patrick’s bold, fearless leadership and business achievements have earned him international recognition as an expert in the field.

Up to recently, Patrick was Chairman of National Commercial Bank Jamaica Limited, NCB Capital Markets Limited, Guardian Holdings Limited, Clarien Bank Limited and TFOB (2021) Limited. He sat on the Board of Directors for Clarien Group Limited and several NCBFG subsidiaries including NCB (Cayman) Limited; NCB Insurance Agency and Fund Managers Limited; and NCB Capital Markets (Cayman) Ltd. He was also a director of Massy Holdings Limited (Trinidad). He was Chairman of the Mona School of Business and Management at the University of the West Indies, Mona (UWI, Mona) and his alma mater, Glenmuir High School.

In the mid-1990s, he was appointed by the Government of Jamaica to lead the restructuring of the Jamaican financial sector – a project that earned him Jamaica’s Order of Distinction (Commander Class) in 2002. In 2019 he received the Honorary Doctor of Laws from UWI, Mona. In 2020, he was also conferred with the Order of Jamaica for contributions to the financial sector and his philanthropic efforts.

Patrick provides strategic leadership for all entities within the Group. He leads the development of the Group’s vision, strategic plans, objectives, and capital allocation decisions, and works closely with the executive leadership team to execute the strategies designed to meet stated objectives. These objectives are optimised to deliver short- and long-term growth, manage risk prudently, and enhance customer experience and employee engagement. Patrick communicates with the Board, shareholders and other key stakeholders to ensure continuous alignment on performance and strategic direction.

NCBFG is the licensed holding company of four direct subsidiaries, namely: National Commercial Bank Jamaica Limited (“NCBJ”), NCB Global Holdings Limited (“NCBGH”), Clarien Group Limited (“CGL”) and TFOB (2021) Limited (“TFOB”). NCB Financial Group operates in the financial services industry, providing products and services in banking, insurance and investment management through 21 territories across the Caribbean.

The NCB Financial Group is also the largest financial conglomerate in Jamaica and is among the largest within the Caribbean, measured by profitability and total assets.

NCBFG offers a wide range of products and services distributed through seven business segments.

The products and services offered to customers include: loans, deposits, electronic banking, payment services, structured finance, trade finance, foreign exchange, wealth management, pension fund management, annuities, trust and general, health and life insurance services. Our products and services are made easily accessible to customers via multiple channels,
including online platforms, mobile apps and – for banking services self-service options and through our financial kiosks, intelligent ABMs at our Bank on the Go locations.

NCBFG remains committed to delivering superior value for customers through various digital channels to ensure a delightful customer experience.

NCBFG’s shares are listed on both the Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchanges.

2022 Overview

We remained focused and committed to advancing our strategic transformation, undeterred by the many headwinds that could have restrained aspects of our performance in FY 2022.

We continued to execute on a range of strategic initiatives geared towards growth and long-term resilience as we navigated the changing economic and operating environments. The successful implementation of our initiatives demonstrates the Group’s commitment to achieving its goal to create a regional financial ecosystem to provide world-class products and services through our fully integrated subsidiaries.

The following four pillars continue to anchor our aspiration for 2024 and beyond:

1. Strong financial performance – delivering world-class growth, efficiency, return of assets and return on equity.

2. Inspired people and culture – becoming the employer of choice, with strong organisational health, and a place where each employee is proud to be a part of the team and committed to our success as an organisation.

3. Delighted customers – being the preferred and most trusted financial partner for customers across segments.

4. Digital to the core – operating a world-class technology and analytics platform that enables fast, simple, intuitive, secure, stable and delightful digital first experiences for customers and employees.

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