Fidelity Bank & Trust International (Fidelity) has named Jennifer P. Dilbert, to its Board and those of its subsidiary companies with effect from December 6, 2012. She will replace Hugh Sands, who is retiring from the Board.
Anwer Sunderji, Fidelity’s group chairman, said: “We are pleased to welcome Jennifer Dilbert to our Board. She has extensive knowledge of the financial services and banking industry in the Caribbean, having served as executive director of Deutsche Bank (Cayman) and in a supervisory role of the financial services industry in Cayman for 15 years.”
A Justice of the Peace in and for the Cayman Islands, Mrs Dilbert has also served as the Cayman Islands’ government representative in the UK. During this time, she was seconded for a period to head the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority.
All necessary approvals for her appointment have been received from the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority, the Central Bank of The Bahamas and the Governor of the Cayman Islands. As a director of the parent company, she will also serve as a director of Fidelity Bank (Cayman) and Fidelity Bank (Bahamas) .
Mrs Dilbert joins a Fidelity Board that includes Sir William Allen, former Governor of the Central Bank of the Bahamas and former Bahamas Minister of Finance; D. Anthony Jones, former senior partner of KPMG Bahamas; Peter Andrews, chairman of Bahamas Waste; Hugh Sands, former managing director of Barclays Bank Bahamas and former chairman of Bank of The Bahamas; Scott Elphinstone, managing director and chief investment officer of ScotiaBankFive Continents Financial; and Nicholas J Freeland, former senior artner of PwC Cayman.