The St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla National Bank has suffered another high profile resignation this week.
Two weeks ago, Mrs. Sephlin Lawrence, the St. Kitts and Nevis Social Security Board Executive Director, tendered her resignation one year ahead of her scheduled retirement.
This week, multiple sources are reporting that Mr. Victor Boyce, who serves as the Chief Credit Risk Officer at the National Bank, has resigned three months into his three-year contract with the bank.
No official comment has been made yet regarding Mr. Boyce’s alleged resignation. The St. Kitts and Nevis government has a 51% shareholding in the National Bank and appoints its directors.
Team Unity inflicted resignations
Since coming into power the Team Unity government, headed by Dr. Timothy Harris, has suffered multiple high profile resignations in its ministries, and state-owned corporations.
Within the first 18 months of Team Unity taking office multiple resignations within the government and ministries, including the Speaker of the Assembly Mr. Franklin Brand, who only served for one year, and Mr. Clecton Phillip, who was the Press Secretary.
Both resignations were denied by the government at the time.
Most recently, Mr. Howard McEachrane, who was the chairman of the St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla National Bank from April 2015, resigned at the end of August 2017. Mr. McEachrane was replaced by Mr. Alexis Jeffers, who is the nephew of the Prime Minister.