After Hours - Cocktails with First Citizens

shadiasimpson, shadiasimpson@nationnews.com

Added 16 October 2012

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THE NEWEST ENTRANT to Barbados’ banking industry – First Citizens Bank – hosted its first customer and client cocktail party recently on the rooftop of the swanky Limegrove Lifestyle Centre. The glitzy three-hour affair was hosted by local radio personality Alex Jordan and Trinidadian comedian Nikki Crosby. It featured entertainment by up-and-coming singer J-Storm and a DJ who spun popular soca hits throughout the night. First Citizens deputy chief executive officer Sharon Christopher, acting CEO Larry Nath and acting First Citizens Barbados CEO Glyne Harrison gave brief comments and interacted with guests. (NB)

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