GEORGETOWN, Guyana (Monday, February 6, 2023) — Prime Minister, Mark Phillips, met with a team from the Jamaica National Group on Friday at his office on Camp Street, and discussed possible areas of investment.
During the discussion, the delegation, led by Norton Taylor, Chairman of Enviro-Tech, briefed the senior government official on the company’s agenda in Guyana, which includes investments in financial and technological services.
Prime Minister Phillips told the visiting delegation that Guyana welcomes interest from other Caribbean countries, and encouraged the group to look at all available opportunities.
“This is a good time to talk about investments in Guyana and for Caribbean countries to invest in Guyana. What is happening in Guyana is not only for Guyana but it is a moment for CARICOM,” the prime minister noted.
General Manager of JN Money Service LTD, Horace Hines; Chief Investment Officer of Jamaica National Group, Curtis Martin; Chief Executive Officer of Enviro-Tech, Neil Taylor; Managing Director of Enviro-Tech, Caryn Ramsden and Eric Phillips were also at the meeting.
The Jamaica National Group comprises several world-leading entities, which provide a wide array of financial, technology, creative and fleet management services.