Former Bank of Jamaica Governor Brian Wynter (Photo: JIS)

Former Bank of Jamaica Governor joins PBS board

Former Bank of Jamaica Governor Brian Wynter (Photo: JIS)

Former Bank of Jamaica Governor Brian Wynter has been appointed a director of Productive Business Solutions Limited (PBS).

Former Bank of Jamaica (BOJ) Governor, Brian Wynter, at the BOJ Auditorium, downtown Kingston. (Photo: Jamaica Information Service)

The appointment became effective April 2, as shared in a note to the Jamaica Stock Exchange.

Wynter is a career banker and financial markets executive with a wide range of private and public sector experience in challenging environments.

He served as Governor of the Bank of Jamaica for the better part of a decade, lasting from November 2009 to August 2019 when he left and was replaced by Richard Byles.

The photo shows the Productive Business Solutions building in San Salvador, the capital of El Salvador (Photo contributed)

He is co-chair of the Economic Programme Oversight Committee, founding CEO of Jamaica’s Financial Services Commission and former corporate finance head and country treasurer for Citibank Jamaica.

Wynter has international experience involving roles at the International Monetary Fund’s Caribbean Regional Technical Assistance Centre in Barbados and the capital markets and derivatives subsidiaries of Chase Manhattan and Schroders in New York City.

He holds a BSc (Economics) from the London School of Economics and Political Science, a Diploma in Law from The City University in London and a Masters in International Affairs from Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs in New York. He was called to the bar in England and Wales and in Jamaica.­­

PBS, formerly known as Xerox Jamaica, is part of the Musson Group of Companies. It is domiciled in Jamaica and operates in Central America and the Caribbean, reaching companies in 15 countries, and is listed on both the Jamaica and Barbados stock exchanges.