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Marius St Rose, Chairman  Mr Jasper Scotland       
Justice Albert Matthew  Mr Richard Peterkin       

Marius St Rose, retired banker, armchair economist and lifelong educator was born in Antigua in 1943 and is a citizen of Saint Lucia and Jamaica. Educated at primary schools and The Teachers Training College in Saint Lucia, private study and the Mona Campus of the UWI he holds a postgraduate degree and a diploma in Economics and Management respectively. He has worked for the public, private and regional sectors in Saint Lucia, Jamaica and Barbados in the areas of education, and in research and management positions in economic development, housing and banking. Joining the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) in 1975 as an economist in 1975 he moved through the ranks to the positions of Assistant Director, Deputy Director, Director of Economics and Programming to the position of Ranking Vice
President of Operations, a position which he held for thirteen years during which he agreed to a secondment to Saint Lucia to assist with the reorganization of the then National Commercial Bank. During his tenure he recapitalized and privatized the bank and later merged it with the state owned local development bank to form a sub-regional financial conglomerate involving entities in universal and offshore banking, insurance and property holding and owned by local, sub-regional and Caribbean investors and structured to serve the OECS sub-region. It is now the largest sub-regionally owned financial group in Saint Lucia and arguably in the Eastern Caribbean and was the second entity to be listed on the Eastern Caribbean Securities Exchange.

Mr. St Rose has retired from the CDB and from the East Caribbean Financial Holding Company (ECFH) where he held the position of Group Managing Director. In retirement he currently chairs the boards of Lucelec, Bank of Saint Lucia International (the offshore subsidiary of ECFH), and the OECS Pension Reform Commission. He serves on some corporate boards and is a member of the Rating Committee of the Trinidad-based CariCRIS, the regions only sovereign and corporate rating agency. He was, up to recently, Chairman of the Agency for Reconstruction & Development in Grenada, a member of the LIAT Board and also a member of the OECS Tax Reform & Administration Commission.

Mr. St Rose believes that both an individual and a country are best served if they make productive use of their time and other resources, save generously, invest wisely, aggressively pursue knowledge and optimally and creatively use the acquired knowledge. top ^

Mr Jasper Scotland

Nationality   Antiguan
Date of Birth   1938
Subject Area of focus   Financial Economics
Major Work Assignments:
  1970 -1973: Financial Secretary, Antigua and Barbuda
  1973 - 1982: Chief of Finance/ Director of Trade, Economics and Statistics, CARICOM Secretariat
  1982- 1999:Deputy Director, Corporate Policy and Planning, Caribbean Development Bank
  1999 to date:Consultant     top ^

Justice Albert Matthew

Justice Albert N.J. Matthew is a retired Justice of Appeal of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court.

Formerly he was Assistant Legal Counsel at the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretariat in Guyana.

Justice Matthew is also a former Tutor at the Hugh Wooding Law School and President of the Administrative Tribunal of the Organisation of American States.

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Mr Richard Peterkin has been a partner with the merged firm of PricewaterhouseCoopers – East Caribbean since 1996 and with the predecessor firms of Price Waterhouse and KPMG Peat Marwick since 1989 and 1981, respectively. He is the Partner in charge of Tax, Information Technology and Corporate Services in the Saint Lucia office and is responsible for a large portfolio of audit and business advisory clients in the public and private sectors.

He pursued his secondary schooling at the Trinity College in Trinidad and holds a BSc in Economics from the University of the West Indies and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Windsor in Canada.

Richard is a Chartered Accountant with the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Saint Lucia.

At present, he:
  represents the Government of Spain in Saint Lucia serving in the capacity of the Honorary Vice
  is the President of the Saint Lucia Olympic Committee.

Richard served in the capacity of President of the National Economic Council of Saint Lucia from 2002 to 2006, and as President of the Saint Lucia Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture. top ^


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