ECAB announces new general manager

By ECAB

ECAB General Manager Michael Spencer

PRESS RELEASE – The Board of Directors of the Eastern Caribbean Amalgamated Bank Limited (ECAB) is proud to announce and welcome Mr. Michael Spencer as its General Manager. The appointment took effect on December 1, 2014.

Spencer joins the ECAB Team with over 20 years of experience driving strategic growth within the banking and financial services sectors. Having worked in key International Finance Centers such as the Cayman Islands, London, Barbados, the British Virgin Islands and Antigua, Spencer brings a wealth of diverse experience attained through his senior roles in project management, bank mergers, operations and credit risk management, retail and corporate banking.

Mr. Spencer has a proven history of promoting organizational change to create a highly visible brand profile, whilst improving business unit profitability and performance. In his new role, Mr. Spencer will lead the ECAB Team towards achieving the Bank’s strategic vision and mission.

Spencer, a son of the soil, is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Bankers and a member of the Chartered Management Institute. He also holds an MBA in Banking Management from the University of Exeter in the United Kingdom.

ECAB is a full service indigenous Bank operating in Antigua and Barbuda, offering retail and commercial banking products and services to customers locally and regionally. The Bank is owned by a consortium of five OECS financial institutions and the Government of Antigua & Barbuda.

 

 

 

 

 

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2 comments

  1. U should read up on ecab before making this comment.... as it was a takeover by eccb to rescue bank of antigua (stanford's bank) and some indigenous banks from the caribbean are shareholders.

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  2. When will other banks such as 1st National and other indigenenous banks in the OECS be integrated with ECAB things continue as is they will be at their knees

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