Paul Thompson has worked in the banking sector with Scotiabank for a total of 15 years, and currently works as a Real Estate Sales Agent, summing up to 4 years in the profession and a conjunct total of 19 years in the local Real Estate sector.
During his time with Scotiabank, he served as a Relationship Manager in the Retail Mortgage Division responsible for building and maintaining a large portfolio of mortgage clients. This involved assessing client’s borrowing needs and devising corresponding financial solutions. For which he worked closely with the Corporate and Commercial Division in pre-approving buyers for residential apartment projects, and the Wealth Management and Trust Divisions on an as needed basis.
As a Real Estate Sales Agent, he has worked with prospective home buyers to first determine what price level home they can afford, and then to assist them in securing respective financing.
Andrew G. Hulse is a retired banker of 43 years. He joined Barclays Bank (now CIBC First Caribbean) in 1968 in his home country of Belize and moved to Cayman in 1974. After 20 years of service to Barclays, he moved to Butterfield Bank in 1989, where he remained for the next 23 years until retiring in 2012.
During his time at Butterfield, Andrew served as a Relationship Manager in the Credit and Loan Division, responsible for maintaining a large portfolio of clients ranging from high networth clients interested in large scale developments to corporate clients with loan and operating lines of credit. This involved ensuring that clients were advised of the policy and procedures for development financing and that their needs were properly presented for approval. He also worked closely with Butterfield’s Credit Risk team, Butterfield’s Private Banking and Investment Department, and numerous attorney firms island wide.
Apart from his banking career, Andrew is a member of the Lions Club of Grand Cayman, where he has served for the past 20 years, and is currently the treasurer.
Mark Parchment has worked in the banking sector for 27 years, 13 of which were with CIBC, followed by 14 years with Scotiabank. During his tenure with Scotiabank, Mark spent 2 years working at the Bank’s Head Office in Toronto, Canada.
While at CIBC, he assisted clients with both personal and business loans. At Scotiabank, he served as Head of Corporate Banking. In this role he managed the Bank’s relationships with its corporate borrowing clients. Mark provided a wide variety of real estate and project related lending to the Bank’s clients, both in Cayman and in other areas of the Caribbean.
He also collaborated with the Bank’s Retail and Wealth Management Divisions, referring clients ranging from first time home buyers to high net worth individuals seeking to purchase property in all sectors of the Cayman Island’s real estate market.