Ten years ago, Signia Financial Group Inc. opened its doors to offer clients innovative financial solutions and serve the Barbadian community. On Sunday June 30, ten years later to the day, Signia’s anniversary was marked with a thanksgiving church service at the St. Mary’s Anglican Church, Bridgetown.
The service was officiated by Dean of St. Michael’s Cathedral, Dr. Frank Marshall. Present at the service were Chairman Geoffrey Cave, CEO Paul Ashby, Immediate Past CEO Anthony Shaw, members of Signia’s board of directors, Signia’s staff and their families and invited guests.
At the culmination of the thanksgiving service, Ashby stated: “Our work supporting the youth over the past year truly reflects our staff’s commitment to doing good in our communities. We look forward over the next few months to recognising our first decade of service, excellence and quality solutions for our community, with similar activities.”
Chief Operating Officer, Jacqueline Holder, made a presentation to the youth department of the church on behalf of Signia at the close of the thanksgiving celebration, which was accepted by Marshall on behalf of the church.
Under solid leadership over the past 10 years, Signia has grown from a small financial services house to a major player in the financial services industry, supporting businesses and families and the wider community.
Earlier this year, Ashby announced the opening of a second location, a dedicated Loans Centre at Haggatt Hall, St. Michael. The Loans Centre adds convenience and flexibility to the range of services that Signia is able to offer its clients.
Signia will be hosting several anniversary events for their customers over the next six months.
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