NCBA CEO Sharmaine Vaughan Bids Farewell after Monumental Tenure

NCBA CEO Sharmaine Vaughan Bids Farewell after Monumental Tenure

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The National Commercial Bank of Anguilla [NCBA] has announced the resignation of Mrs. Sharmaine Vaughan, the Chief Executive Officer of the bank.

After successfully leading the bank for the last four and a half years, Mrs. Vaughan has decided to pursue other opportunities. Her last day is expected to be February 15th, 2024.

Mrs. Vaughan joined the NCBA as CEO in August 2019. During her tenure, the NCBA rose to become a market leader in the banking industry and is well-respected within the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union.

Her tenure is hallmarked by unprecedented growth in market share in the areas of loans, deposits and assets; improved capital and reserves position; attainment of sustained and record profitability; and the building of a strong leadership team which is expected to drive the continued growth and success of the bank into the long-term.

“Sharmaine is a talented and inspiring leader who has shown tremendous dedication to the NCBA and the country of Anguilla” said Geoff Scott, Chair of NCBA’s board of directors. “While we are saddened that Sharmaine has chosen to move on, we are grateful to her and her family and for the strong legacy she leaves behind”.

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