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Jamaica Gleaner - - TODAY -

THE BEL­MONT, home to the new­est fi­nan­cial cen­tre on the block – JN Fi­nan­cial Ser­vices – was the oa­sis where ap­prox­i­mately 70 an­glers, re­cent par­tic­i­pants in the Sir Henry Mor­gan An­glers As­so­ci­a­tion’s an­nual Port An­to­nio In­ter­na­tional Mar­lin Tour­na­ment (PAIMT), were re­cently hosted.

The exclusive JN af­ter­tour­na­ment lyme was a post­tour­na­ment ini­tia­tive to recog­nise the team that reeled in the high­est weight of non-bill fish to win the in­au­gu­ral JN Food Fish Award, an ad­di­tion to the PAIMT cat­e­gory prizes.

As part of the brief for­mal­i­ties, an en­vied YETI cooler was pre­sented to the team on Stinger 11, who copped the JN Food Fish Award af­ter catch­ing a school of fish weigh­ing a grand to­tal of 87 pounds.

Or­gan­ised by Ja­maica Na­tional and JN Fund Man­agers, guests were wel­comed on the high ter­race, with a dra­matic view of New Kingston, for an evening of light con­ver­sa­tion, laugh­ter, cel­e­bra­tion, food and li­ba­tions, as well as a touch of fi­nan­cial in­te­gra­tion.

An­gela Fletcher, busi­ness sales ex­ec­u­tive at JN, told the an­glers that as Ja­maica Na­tional moved closer to be­com­ing a com­mer­cial bank, the or­gan­i­sa­tion, along with its sub­sidiary com­pany JNFM, will pro­vide the fi­nan­cial mar­ket with in­no­va­tive pre­mium prod­ucts and ser­vices. “We are ready for the mar­ket, and we will in­crease com­pet­i­tive­ness in the in­dus­try by ex­pand­ing our prod­ucts and ser­vices to the ben­e­fit of cur­rent mem­bers and new cus­tomers. JN will also be rolling out a spe­cial ini­tia­tive to pro­vide unique and exclusive ben­e­fits for clients who main­tain a cer­tain level of busi­ness with us,” she said.

Ex­press­ing op­ti­mism about the re­sponse from an­glers, Fletcher de­scribed the evening as be­ing a spe­cial “JN way to cel­e­brate the out­comes of the 2016 Mar­lin Tour­na­ment and build sus­tain­able and valu­able re­la­tion­ships as we move for­ward”.

An­drew Wilkin­son (cen­tre), was cer­tainly the bearer of fun and in­ter­est­ing tales, much to the amuse­ment of (from left): An­thony Phillipps, Kim Clarke, Ka­maal Azan and Paul Josephs.

CON­TRIB­UTED PHO­TOS

Peter Cowan (left) and Matthew Hog­a­rth catch­ing up at the Ja­maica Na­tional and JN Fund Man­agers af­ter-tour­na­ment lyme at the of­fices of JN Fi­nan­cial Ser­vices.

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