Aubyn Hill has over 35 years working experience in the private sector. In the early 1980s, he led a start-up team to open a branch of American Express International Banking Corporation (AEIBC) in Sri Lanka. Prior to his work in Sri Lanka, Mr. Hill had worked with Amex Bank in New York, Rome, Bahrain and Mumbai.
During his 21 years as a banker in the Middle East, he assisted with and led the restructuring of two major banks — Burgan Bank in Kuwait and the National Bank of Oman, where he served as CEO.
In 19 months, Mr. Hill and his NCB management team moved NCB’s stock price from $5.51 to J$31.70. Profits increased from about $330 million to $3.2 billion during the same period.
Mr. Hill sits on the boards of Jamaica Broilers Group Limited, Salada Foods Jamaica Limited and serves on the UWI Council. In 2016 he was appointed as Chairman of both
the National Water Commission and the National Irrigation Commission. In March 2016, Prime Minister Andrew Holness appointed him to the Senate and he was elected as Deputy President. He served as the Chief Technical Advisor to the Minister of Finance. In October 2017, he was chosen as the CEO of the Prime Minister’s Economic Growth Council.
His academic qualifications include an MBA from Harvard Business School. He has lived in nine nations and travelled and done business in about 118 countries.