O’Dea joins BF&M board of directors

  • New director: Conor O’Dea (Photograph supplied)

    New director: Conor O’Dea (Photograph supplied)


Conor O’Dea has joined the board of directors of BF&M Limited.

He joined Butterfield Bank (Cayman) in 1989, serving as managing director from 1997. After also taking on the positions of president and chief operating officer with BNTB Group, he retired in 2016.

Since then, he has served in non-executive roles as director of BNTB board and chairman of the board of Butterfield Bank (Cayman) Ltd.

Mr O’Dea has been a director of Island Heritage Insurance Company Ltd since 2002 and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland.

Gavin Arton, BF&M Limited chairman, said: “Conor brings over 30 years of financial services expertise along with over 15 years’ experience in insurance industry governance. His perspective, insights and deep understanding of the Caribbean market will be valued additions to our board.”

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Published Dec 19, 2018 at 4:01 pm (Updated Dec 19, 2018 at 4:01 pm)

O’Dea joins BF&M board of directors

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