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Neville Grant joins Bermuda Commercial Bank

Neville Grant (Photograph supplied)

Banking industry veteran Neville Grant has joined Bermuda Commercial Bank as chief commercial officer.

The bank said Mr Grant joins BCB with 28 years of experience, including senior banking roles at HSBC, both in Bermuda and internationally, as well as with the Bermuda Economic Development Corporation where he was the general manager.

BCB said Mr Grant will oversee the strategic direction and commercial growth of the bank.

The bank said Mr Grant has a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Andrews University and an MBA from Webster University.

Hubert Esperon, chief executive officer of BCB, said: “We are delighted to welcome Neville to the BCB family. Neville’s banking experience, extensive network, leadership style and commercial mindset will be a tremendous asset to BCB’s customers and future growth.”

Mr Grant said: “BCB is poised to differentiate itself in the banking industry to better support Bermuda and its international clients.

“Agility is a strength at BCB, allowing us to make a real difference in this ever-changing banking landscape.

“This, coupled with BCB’s superior customer service, will make BCB the one to watch.”

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Published May 12, 2021 at 7:54 am (Updated May 12, 2021 at 7:54 am)

Neville Grant joins Bermuda Commercial Bank

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