Weekend of Events for Sagicor Inspire Project Participants.
Sagicor Group Jamaica is adding a new dimension to how corporate companies invest in Jamaica’s future by using its Inspire Project to focus on tertiary students who exhibit admirable leadership potential and academic prowess.
High Spirits at Sagicor’s Inspire Project Cocktail Launch
Stepping into the Toyota Showroom on Old Hope Road last Friday, you could feel the excitement as over 100 specially selected students from colleges and universities across the island, gathered in anticipation for the launch of Sagicor's Inspire Project.
Sagicor Plan Invests in Higher Education
There is a new investment plan that assists parents with paying for their children's higher education. Known as the Sigma Educator Plan, Sagicor Investments has launched an affordable proposal to help conscientious, visionary investors to save for their children's future.
Sagicor Inspires Tertiary Students in New Project
Sagicor Group Jamaica launched its inaugural Inspire Project on Friday, aimed at strengthening the leadership and life skills of some 120 specially selected tertiary-level students. The students will be taken on a weekend motivational retreat at the Sagicor-owned Hilton Resort and Spa in St James from Friday, October 21 to 23.
Sagicor Group Jamaica Limited (SJ) has advised that a connected party sold 568,260 SJ shares on May 2, 2017 and that two officers purchased a total of 257,330 SJ shares on May 2, 2017,
With a new man, Christopher Zacca, in the president’s chair at Sagicor Group Jamaica since Monday, retiring chairman of the financial conglomerate R. Danny Williams says overseas acquisitions could be the next frontier for the group that posted more than $11 billion in profits last year.
Sagicor Life Jamaica on Sunday, April 30, 2017 held an inaugural graduation celebration at Knutsford Court Hotel for its first cohort of 27 financial advisors, who successfully completed their certification for the Financial Services/Jamaica Stock Exchange/Jamaica Institute of Management partnership programme.
Members of the Sagicor Group paused from racking up huge profits over the 2016 financial year (think a record of $9.8 billion at year-end December 2015), to celebrate the team members who played a role in achieving those staggering numbers.
Sagicor last Thursday presented proceeds of its Sigma Corporate Run 2016 to Black River Hospital’s Paediatric Unit, which was one of the three beneficiaries of this year’s event.
Sagicor Bank launches low interest credit card for businesses of all sizes. The credit card offers businesses a 21.95% interest rate, the lowest JA$ credit card in the market. In addition, Sagicor Bank has partnered with MasterCard to introduce a special automatic rebate of up to 5% when the card is used at over 40,000 merchants in the United States, including hotels, restaurants, car rentals among others.
Sagicor Bank and Toyota Jamaica have partnered to offer easier and more affordable car loan financing through their programme called Toyota Finance. Clients purchasing vehicles through Toyota Finance, may access 100% financing with up to 10 years to repay at a low competitive interest rates. Sabrina Cooper, Vice President of Retail Banking explains that ‘this partnership makes it easier for clients to access loans for any of the vehicles available at Toyota Jamaica.
With the RIO 2016 games just a few weeks away, Sagicor Group Jamaica gets ready to host its very own Olympics Games. Dubbed “Sagicor Olympics 2016” the games will see team members compete and represent on behalf of their houses in a schedule of exciting sports and games.
As many parents scramble to find activities to occupy their children during the long summer holidays, Sagicor’s commitment to its team members who are parents fulfills every working parent dream. The company offers an exciting fulfilled summer camp from 8:30 am 5:00 p.m. Mondays to Fridays, with activities to occupy children ages 3 -16. In this age of advanced technology, there has to be much more to summer camp than hop scotch, board or tag games and so Sagicor Group offers to its team members, a summer programme filled with fun, learning and astounding experiences during the months of July and August.
Sagicor’s commitment to “improving the lives of people in the communities in which they operate” continues to be realized by its Summer Mentorship Program. The company’s mentorship program which began over 15 years ago employs students, referred to as ‘mentees’ from Universities and high school 6th formers in Jamaica. Mentees are placed in various departments and branches across the Group and are given the opportunity to learn to get on the job experience.