Finance Committee

Gregory Hinkson


  Gregory E. Hinkson is Principal Consultant and Managing Director  of SAMDOR Services Limited. SAMDOR Services Limited is an independent boutique financial services firm, specializing in investment and financial advisory services, particularly pensions.  Mr. Hinkson was Vice President, Investments with a regional insurance company where he was responsible for the management of the investment portfolios encompassing the territories of Barbados, the Eastern Caribbean, Netherlands Antilles and Belize. He also served as Manager, Investments with the National Insurance Department in Barbados.   Mr. Hinkson is a graduate of the University of the West Indies (UWI). He is a Member of the  Certified Professional Accountants (CPA) of British Columbia and a Fellow of the Institute of  Chartered Accountants of Barbados (ICAB). He is also a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of  Arbitrators (FCIArb).   Mr. Hinkson is currently the Chairman of the Barbados Diocesan Trustees and Chairman of the  Diocesan Pensions Board. He is also a Director of First Citizens Bank (Barbados) Limited and  serves as the Chairman of the Audit Committee of the Bank, as well as being a Member of the  Corporate Governance Committee of First Citizens Bank Limited, Trinidad. Mr. Hinkson is also a  Chairman of the Barbados Environmental Sustainability Fund Inc, and Trustee and Chairman of  the Barbados Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) Pension Plan. He is also a former  Commissioner on the Barbados Fair Trading Commission.  He is also a Temporary Lecturer for both the Graduate and Undergraduate Programme in  Accounting and Finance, at the UWI, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados and also a Tutor in Basic  Accounts at the Barbados Institute of Management and Productivity (BIMAP).
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