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Jacqueline Sharp

Jacqueline Sharp has over 20 years' experience in the financial services industry. She joined Scotiabank, Jamaica in 1997, and worked in Treasury & Finance before starting up and leading the group's Private Banking Unit in 2002. She then went on to head up the Group's life insurance subsidiary, Scotia Insurance, where she grew the portfolio and profitability during her tenure. Prior to being appointed President and CEO, Jacqueline was Chief Financial Officer and Chief Administrative Officer for the Group, with responsibility for financial and regulatory reporting, financial risk management, strategic planning, legal, compliance and oversight of the Systems Support Center. 

Jackie holds a Bachelor Of Sciences (BSc) with Honours from The University Of The West Indies, and is a CFA Charter Holder. She has also completed the Certified Public Accountant examinations (CPA) and Executive Examination programmes at Richard Ivey Business School, and Scotiabank's ILEAD programme conducted in conjunction with Duke University. 

She serves as a member of the Boards of Scotia Group Jamaica Limited and its subsidiaries, a member of the Economic Policy Oversight Commitee (EPOC), as well as a member of the Board of the Caribbean Policy Research Institute.

Jackie is married with two children.