Board of Directors

Paul Scott

PB Scott is the Chairman, CEO and principal shareholder of the Musson Group.

He joined the group in 1994 and became CEO in 2004 succeeding Desmond Blades. In 2009 he was appointed chairman of the board. He is responsible for the strategic direction, performance and overall operations of the Musson Group and all of its subsidiaries including the Facey Group, PBS Group, Seprod, T. Geddes Grant Distributors ltd. And General Accident Insurance among others. He led Musson’s expansion into IT and telecommunication distribution while continuously growing its investments in consumer goods, manufacturing and insurance.

In addition to his responsibilities at Musson he serves on many public boards and commissions. He is a trustee of the American International School of Jamaica and currently is Chairman of the Development Bank of Jamaica (DBJ). He is the Honorary Consul General in Jamaica for the Republic of Guatemala and in 2016 he was elected as President of the Private Sector Organization of Jamaica.  

 

Patrick Scott

Patrick Scott is the Executive Deputy Chairman of the Facey Group and a director of Musson Group (parent of Facey Group).

Mr. Scott has worked for a combined total of 40 years in various roles, including Managing Director, a position he held for 16 years. He serves of the board of directors of many  companies, incuding P.A Benjamin, Serge Island Dairies, International Biscuits and Serge Island Farms.  Mr. Scott attended Seneca College and Ryerson Universityy in Toronto, Canada.

Nigel Clarke

Dr. Nigel Clarke is Deputy Chairman and Chief Financial officer of the Musson group.

He joined the group in 2003 as Chief Operating Officer and played a leadership role in the expansion of the Group from a substantially Jamaican base to a presence in over 30 countries. In 2009 he became the CEO of the Facey Group where he led transformative transactions, improving performance.

Dr. Clarke is a director of all the group subsidiaries and associate companies and is Deputy Chairman of the PBS Group and Chairman of Eppley Ltd.

He is Chairman and co founder of the National Youth Orchestra of Jamaica and co founder and host of Tedx Jamaica, both public education non profit organizations. In addition , he has been a Director of several large private and public sector companies. He is currently Chairman of the Port Authority of Jamaica and The National Housing Trust. He currently is also the Ambassador Plenipotentiary for Economic Affairs for Jamaica.

He is a recipient of the “50 under 50 Business leader award” as well as the Kiwanis Community Service Award.

Dr. Clarke holds a B.Sc. in Mathematics from the University of the West Indies, as well as M.Sc. and D. Phill. Degrees in Mathematics from Oxford University. In his academic career he has been a Jamaica Independence Scholar, a Commonwealth Scholar and a Rhodes Scholar.  

Melanie Subratie

Melanie Subratie is the Vice Chairman of Musson Jamaica Ltd.

She joined the group in 2002 as the first CEO of Productive Business Solutions and has been instrumental in supporting the development of our non food businesses. She is a Director of all Musson’s subsidiaries and affiliates. Mrs. Subratie is the Chairman of Transaction E Pins, Productive Business Solutions Jamaica Ltd, the audit committee of Seprod and the investment committee of General Accident Insurance ltd. She is the Deputy Chairman of T. Geddes Grant Distributors Ltd, Eppley Ltd. And General Accident Insurance Company Ltd.

Currently Melanie is responsible as Chairman and CEO of Stanley Motta Limited for the development of the Caribbean’s largest technology Park at 58 Half Way Tree in Kingston. She has lead Musson’s expansion into property development and is managing several new developments.

Mrs. Subratie is an active angel investor and is a board member of the First Angel group of investors. She has successfully invested in many startups in the region. She is Chairman of the Group’s two foundations where their work in coding has lead to 1000s of children being trained as well as teachers. She is Chairman of the Edna Manley School of the Arts and participates in many public sector initiatives.

Mrs. Subratie began her career in the United Kingdom in the Financial Services division of Deloitte and Touche and is a graduate of the London School of Economics holding a B.Sc.

Niall O'Brien

Niall O’Brien was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Facey Group on October 1, 2013. Mr. O’Brien is also a director of several companies within the Group. Prior to assuming this role, he held the position of Chief Operating Officer for four years and oversaw the Group’s telecom operations globally.

He has over fifteen years’ experience in financial and general management across several countries in the broadcasting, telecommunications, property and distribution industries. Mr. O’Brien is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, Ireland, and an Associate of the Irish Taxation Institute.

Maxim Rochester

Maxim G. Rochester is an independent non executive director of the Company. Mr. Rochester – B.Sc. (Accounting) Hons. FCA, FCCA. Max is a member of the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants (UK) and The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Jamaica. 

He was also a member of the Accounting Standards Committee of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Jamaica (ICAJ) and played a significant role in the adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards in Jamaica. 

He also presented several papers at seminars hosted by ICAJ.
Mr. Maxim G. Rochester is a former Territory Senior Partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers and was responsible for the quality and delivery of the audit of the financial statements of several major companies. 

As engagement partner, Max was responsible for the overall planning and execution of audit strategies and had the ultimate decision making responsibility on all audit matters.

Guillermo Mulville
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